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Legion Go 2 Will Arrive “When The Time Comes”, Lenovo APAC Manager Says

by Low Boon ShenApril 9, 2024
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Legion Go 2 Will Arrive “When The Time Comes”, Lenovo APAC Manager Says

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The Lenovo Legion Go was the response to ASUS’s highly successful ROG Ally gaming handheld, and it is marketed towards the premium segment with high-end specs. When asked about the possibility of a successor, Lenovo hints that it’ll come when the time is right.

As reported by Videocardz, The company recently held the Lenovo Innovate 2024 conference in Bangkok, Thailand which is focused on laptop markets (and handhelds usually fall under this category as far as product management goes). Clifford Chong, Lenovo APAC Gaming Category Manager, has confirmed that the successor to Legion Go is on the cards.

Legion Go 2 Will Arrive "When The Time Comes", Lenovo APAC Manager Says

“We are still spending a lot of resources improving on the current Legion Go over the span of the last 6 months since launch. We have unlocked from day one till now a lot more experiences and there are still engineering efforts to try to bring the next wave of features to the product. Definitely it’s a product category that we do see potential in and we continue to invest and we are looking towards when the time comes right of course having the next generation to provide even more features,” he said.

While the language used here isn’t a direct confirmation that Legion Go 2 is indeed in active development, they’re likely going to do so to fend off competition from ASUS and MSI, both of which have already confirmed that their handhelds’ successors are in development. Particularly, ASUS may tap into AMD’s next-gen Zen5 + RDNA3.5 APU from AMD which promises a big performance boost over current-gen products.

Pokdepinion: Would be interesting to see what kind of premium features Lenovo can bring for the next-gen model. 

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