Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Y90 ZUI 13.5.849 OTA8 Fully Pushed

Lenovo’s rescuer gaming mobile phone Y90 ZUI 13.5.849 OTA8 officially launched a comprehensive push today, the updated content is as follows.

Game experience optimization

  • Optimize mobile phone touch experience
  • Fix the frame drop problem of the original god of the B server
  • Optimize bypass charging prompt strategy
  • Fix heating problems in some games
  • Fix the inaccurate temperature display of the occasional game assistant
  • Fix the problem that the SIM card cannot be recognized when entering the game system in certain scenarios

System Optimization

  • Update system security patches
  • Fix the problem of automatically turning on the screen when it is on standby
  • Fix the problem that the desktop cannot be used normally after the occasional boot
  • Enhanced camera stability and fixed the occasional freeze issue when Al mode is turned on
  • Fix the problem that Gaode map can still be located after the privacy shield is turned on occasionally
The Rescuer Y90 mobile phone is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 processor, with 12GB+256GB, 16GB+256GB, and 18GB+512GB UFS+128GB SSD options, VC vapor chamber+double fan cooling. The official said that the active cooling system on this phone can provide an additional 4W performance release, and the disk array system can increase random write performance by 50%.

The rescuer Y90 mobile phone screen is a 6.9-inch E4 AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2460*1080, a refresh rate of 144Hz, a maximum brightness of 1300nit, supports DC dimming and supports Dolby Vision, and HDR10+. The official said that this screen supports a smart refresh rate, which can extend the battery life by 29% in daily use.

In other respects, the rescuer Y90 mobile phone has a battery capacity of 5600mAh and supports 68W fast charging. The interface includes 2 USB-C interfaces, the side interface supports 10Gbps data transmission, DP video output, OTG, and reverse charging, and the lower interface supports 5Gbps data transmission, OTG, audio and reverse charging.

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