Lenovo Legion: dual liquid cooling?
One of the most anticipated game phones of the moment, the Lenovo Legion , could be equipped with a double liquid cooling system .
Legion will have 14 temperature sensors
There are less than 10 days to go before the launch of the Lenovo Legion and all fans of mobile video games are more than ever trepidating. The upcoming game phone will arrive, in fact, on July 22nd and will be equipped with a whole series of specifications that will make it quite tempting, starting with the double liquid cooling system . In addition, the Legion will be enriched with 14 temperature sensors , which will serve to monitor heat generation in real time.
It must be said, in any case, that game phones usually don’t generate much heat compared to PCs. However, a gamer in possession of a mobile device with better thermal management is happier than a gamer with a device with poor quality management ends. Having said that, the dual liquid cooling system and the 14 temperature sensors that the Lenovo terminal should be equipped with can only be a specification that should not be underestimated.
If you are wondering what the other (presumed) technical characteristics of the Legion are, remember that a few days ago AnTuTu highlighted that Lenovo’s gaming phone should have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865+ processor . The famous portal also reported that the smartphone should be equipped with a rather generous memory, with a 16 GB RAM and an internal storage of 512 GB. Finally, AnTuTu hypothesizes that the Lenovo Legion screen will be able to support the refresh rate up to 144 Hz and have a 90W “flash” fast-charge . We end with a further indiscretion, waiting for Lenovo’s game phone: the phone could be equipped with a 64 MP main photographic sensor.