Lenovo Legion Y90 is currently under development and has now been spotted on China’s 3C certification website. The gaming smartphone’s 3C listing hints at its fast charging support. Lenovo has already teased the rear design of its upcoming smartphone. The Chinese tech giant’s upcoming smartphone is shown with its camera module placed in the center. Furthermore, the Lenovo Legion Y90 has also been teased to sport a Samsung E4 AMOLED display. Lenovo has yet to announce a release date for its Legion Y90 gaming smartphone.
According to Digital Chat Station, a Lenovo smartphone with internal model designation L17061 was recently identified on the China 3C certification site. It is speculated that this is the next Lenovo Legion Y90. The 3C listing also suggests that the gaming smartphone might get 68W fast charging support. Also, the listing does not disclose any information.
The Lenovo Legion Y90 has already been teased a few times. Last week, Lenovo teased the smartphone’s rear design through various angles. The smartphone’s design is similar to the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 released in April 2021. The Lenovo Legion Y90 is shown with a dual camera setup housed in the center of the rear panel for better ergonomics. The company only briefly showed the front of the smartphone and reveals that the Legion Y90 will have a flat screen. It’s shown to get a slim bezel at the top that houses a speaker grille and the selfie camera.
Lenovo Legion Y90 specs are yet to be fully revealed. However, the gaming smartphone will have a 6.92-inch Samsung E4 AMOLED display with 144Hz refresh rate and 720Hz touch sampling rate, as teased by the company. Previously, it was slated to launch on January 1st, but Lenovo has yet to confirm the release date of the Lenovo Legion Y90 smartphone.
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