Lenovo released a banner this week citing that its gamer smartphone, the Lenovo Legion, will support fast charging up to 90W. The device, which has not yet been released, has appeared in rumors and promises to bring a lot of power to the segment.
A rumor published last month already pointed out that the cell phone would support chargers above 55W. Currently, the fastest charger on the market is OPPO’s SuperVOOC 2.0, which has 65W. It is capable of fully charging a 4,000mAh battery in about 30 minutes, so this 90W model can reduce that time.
Lenovo has previously released some clues about the device, but has been careful not to reveal specific details. The Legion is expected to launch soon in China and is expected to bring Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Other rumors already mention that the Legion will have a battery of 5,050 mAh and display with a refresh rate of 144Hz. The functionality allows what is happening on the device to be reproduced more smoothly on the screen.
In addition to the traditional usability improvement, a screen with a higher refresh rate also ensures that compatible games are played at the same rate, that is, at 144 FPS.
Lenovo has not confirmed any of these specifications to date. Previously, the design of the phone was also leaked, although they are only renderings based on possible prototypes.
Regarding the novelty in the battery, other manufacturers like Xiaomi work on charging technologies that reach (and exceed) 100W. These models, on the other hand, are not available to the consuming public.