Lenovo Reflects Legion Play Portable Android Game Console

Internet sources have found on the Lenovo website renders of the Legion Play device, a portable game console that has not yet been officially presented. It is possible that the veil of secrecy over this gadget will be slightly opened in the foreseeable future.

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As you can see in the images, the console is equipped with a screen, to the left and right of which are the game controls. These are two analog sticks, a D-Pad and an array of X, Y, A, B buttons. In addition, there are top triggers and a row of function buttons.

The bottom of the case houses a symmetrical USB Type-C port, a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack and a microphone hole for conducting voice chats in the virtual space.

The Android operating system with a specially modified interface will be used as a software platform. You can see icons for accessing the Google Play store, YouTube services, Google Drive, etc.

Most likely, the gadget will not receive support for cellular communications, so users will have to be content with wireless connections via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

There is currently no information on the possible timing of the announcement of the Lenovo Legion Play console and its price.

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