Lenovo could be working on Android-based handheld game console, says report



Lenovo could purportedly enter than handheld gaming market with its own control center. This control center could rival contributions like the Nintendo Switch series and the Steam Deck. Another break likewise recommends that the Lenovo handheld gaming control center could be known as the Lenovo Legion Play.

A report by Android Authority proposes that the pictures of the Android-based control center were spotted by a client on GBA Temp, a web-based computer game local area. The spilled pictures were likewise apparently transferred by Lenovo’s German and Japan unit’s MWC 2021 site pages. This proposes that the control center was initially scheduled to dispatch recently. Notwithstanding, that didn’t happen.Lenovo Legion Play: What we know up until this point

The Legion Play has all the earmarks of being a handheld control center running Android with a custom launcher on top. Many Google applications are upheld on the stage including the Play Store, and there is additionally a Nvidia GeForce Now symbol. Different augmentations incorporate a USB Type C port, a 3.5 mm sound port, double simple sticks, four face fastens, a D-cushion, and two shoulder buttons.The site even had portrayal for the item, which goes – “Intended for AAA gaming, the Lenovo Legion Play is the main Android cloud gaming console. The control center allows clients to play many cloud games, stream their game library, or play versatile games. It includes a 7 inch 16:9 FHD bezel less showcase, HDR 10, implicit regulators, double speakers, double vibration, and 7,000mAh battery to give the best gaming experience. Our designer program is available to all game engineers. Coming soon in select business sectors.”

At the point when the Lenovo Legion Play will really see a dispatch stays indistinct, however considering the item should be prepared before MWC 2021, it appears to be a dispatch wouldn’t take an excess of longer.