Lenovo Legion 2 Pro to have 10% bigger battery than Legion Pro

Lenovo is launching the successor of the Legion Pro, the Legion 2 Pro in China on April 8. With less than 5 days remaining for the launch, the company has confirmed today that the Legion 2 Pro will have a similar charging tech and a slightly better battery.

In a Weibo post, Lenovo has confirmed that Legion 2 Pro will come with a 5,500mAh battery and 90W Super Flash charging. The battery capacity is about 10% higher than the 5,000mAh on the Legion Pro. Talking about the charging tech, it is unclear if it’s a sole 90W or a split-up of two 45W.

A few weeks ago, a Lenovo L70081 device speculated to be Legion 2 Pro got 3C certification in China. It revealed that the device has support for 65W and 45W charging protocols. Besides, the predecessor had two USB-C ports and hence supported up to a total of 90W charging.

If the pattern continues, then the successor Lenovo Legion 2 Pro could also have the same implementation but let’s wait for official info.  Lenovo has already confirmed that Legion 2 Pro will come with a 6.92-inch 144Hz Samsung E4 AMOLED display.

Further, Master Lu benchmarks revealed that the display resolution would be 1080 x 2460 pixels i.e., FHD+ and have a 20.5:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, the Legion 2 Pro will feature Snapdragon 888 chipset and come paired with either 12GB/128GB, 12GB/256GB, and 16GB/512GB RAM/storage options.

Other expected specs include a  dual-turbo cooling fan, run Android 11 OS, and more. Let’s wait for more teasers next week.



Via: gizmochina.com

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