Lenovo Legion Play: New 7-inch Android handheld console with HDR10 support

Just yesterday we published the first images of the new Lenovo Legion Play handheld game console, which runs on the Android operating system, and now we have the first details about its characteristics.

The images were hidden on Lenovo's German and Japanese websites. Together with the renders, a description of the console has leaked to the Web, which states that Legion Play will be the first cloud-based Android game console. It was designed for AAA games. One of the images mentions the GeForce Now service.

Lenovo Legion Play features a 7-inch high-definition display with a 16: 9 aspect ratio and HDR10 high dynamic range support. The set-top box also received analog sticks, buttons, built-in stereo speakers, two vibration motors, and a 7000 mAh battery. The device also received triggers, USB-C connectors at the bottom, and 3.5 mm. The price and release date have not yet been announced.

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