Another gamer phone may be coming to Brazil. The BL312 battery passed through Anatel, and it is the “tank” of the L79031, the Lenovo Legion Duel, which also already shows signs of life in the state-owned telecommunications system.
With an appealing name for the gamer audience, the phone really brings together interesting features for this audience: the specifications include a 6.65-inch Full HD + AMOLED screen with a 144Hz refresh rate for more fluid games. In addition it brings an integrated digital reader, Android 10 (with proprietary interface), 5,000mAh battery and the SoC Snapdragon 865 Plus, the most modern that Qualcomm offers.
On the camera side, the laptop has 64 + 16 MP sensors on the rear and a front pop-up camera positioned on the side, with 20 MP resolution.
Not very interestingly, it was Motorola Mobility who requested approval. It is certain that the brand has more appeal in Brazil, in terms of smartphones, than Lenovo, so the distribution by the owner of the Moto G9 Plus makes a lot of sense.
Anyone who is excited about this potential launch should prepare their pocket: abroad the gamer cell phone costs EUR 999, which in direct conversion brings us the price of R $ 6,650. That is, at first the price may not be a great advantage.
It was already known that the smartphone would reach Latin America, but Lenovo had not informed which regions would be contemplated with the launch.
Outside, the Lenovo Legion Duel was launched in July. Depending on when Motorola will make it official here, we may have an even modest window between national and global availability.
And you, what do you think of the smartphone gamer? How much do you think it will be released in Brazil? Tell us in the comments!