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Lenovo's Legion Y70 Gaming Phone To Feature Up To 16GB Of RAM

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A new leak detailing some of the specs of the Legion Y70 smartphone from Lenovo have popped up recently. As noted by MySmartPrice, the Legion Y70 has recently been spotted on TENAA, and with that listing there are a few photos and some of the specs of the phone. Based on the information in the TENAA listing, it seems like the Legion Y70 is going to be a decent handset for those who take mobile gaming seriously.

While ASUS has generally dominated the gaming phone market with its ROG Phone series, Lenovo’s Legion Phone line is nothing to scoff at. Especially when Lenovo packs these devices full of powerful components. According to the leak, the Legion Y70 will have specs that rival current gaming phones. And it may even hold a candle to the ROG Phone 6. Although, that will depend on what that device is offering. And we won’t know that for sure until the phone’s announcement next week.

Legion Y70 specs leak details the phone could have up to 16GB of RAM

Lenovo Legion Y70 Specs Leak

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Among the handful of specifications that were detailed in the TENAA listing, RAM is one of the things that caught our eye first. The phone will offer multiple configurations. With up to 16GB of RAM in the most powerful version of the phone. Lenovo will also reportedly offer two other variations. One with 8GB of RAM and one with 12GB of RAM.

In addition, the phone is also said to come powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. Which is what’s been rumored to be inside the upcoming ROG Phone 6. As for displays, the Legion Y70 will likely have a Full HD screen. It’s said to be using an AMOLED panel and offer a 120Hz refresh rate.

It’s also likely going to offer a 4,880mAh battery inside which isn’t as much as the ROG Phone 5 or the Legion Phone Duel. But if the device handles power management better than it should be plenty. Lastly, based on the images it appears the phone will have a triple camera array on the back. Although the specs of the camera sensors weren’t listed.

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