The Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone smartphone made an appearance on AnTuTu, offering a nice score thanks to its SoC Snapdragon 865+. The Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone smartphone will be the first of the brand to enter the gaming segment but also one of the first to embed an SoC Snapdragon 865+ optimized with a Prime core clocked at 3.1 GHz.
It should therefore mark a new leap in performance, which seems to be confirmed after a passage via the AnTuTu benchmark. Under the reference L79031, the smartphone obtains a score of 648,871 points in a large configuration combining 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512 GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
The result gives an idea of the progression of the Snapdragon 865+ compared to smartphones running Snapdragon 865 whose scores on AnTuTu are slightly below 610,000 points for the most efficient models.
The future Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone promises to combine multiple advanced features such as a display with 144 Hz refresh or a fast charge of 90W for its battery which could reach a capacity of 5000 mAh.
It will undoubtedly be equipped with an advanced cooling system and it could be equipped with two USB-C ports to be able to play at ease even while charging the battery. An per official announcement is expected to launch on July 22.