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Lenovo Legion Go Specs Unveiled; Launch Set for October

Lenovo Legion Go Specs Unveiled; Launch Set for October

A leak last month revealed that Lenovo is working on a handheld gaming device called the Lenovo Legion Go. Subsequently, leaked images of the device emerged, highlighting its similarity to other gaming consoles such as the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck.

The device has now been officially unveiled by Lenovo during IFA 2023, confirming various specifications. It offers the flexibility to enjoy your entire PC game library on the go, effectively transforming it into a compact, pocket-sized PC with Windows 11 support.

The Legion Go introduces Lenovo’s exclusive Legion Space, enabling users to quickly access all their gaming platforms and digital stores, conveniently view locally installed games, and even make purchases seamlessly through the Legion Game Store.

The device boasts an 8.8-inch QHD+ display with a resolution of 2560×1600 and supports refresh rates of both 60Hz and 144Hz. The screen can achieve an impressive brightness of up to 500 nits, covering an extensive 97% of the DCI-P3 color gamut.

It features AMD Ryzen Z1 series APUs, powered by the renowned AMD RDNA 3 architecture, ensuring the handheld can handle modern games with ease.

In terms of memory, the Legion Go boasts 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM, ensuring smooth multitasking and responsive performance for gaming and other tasks.

It also offers various storage capacities to choose from, including 256GB, 512GB, or a spacious 1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, with the option to expand storage through a micro SSD card.

One exceptional feature of the device is its Super Rapid Charge, allowing the battery to recharge up to 70% within 30 minutes.

The device is set to launch in October with an initial price of $699.