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Leaks Allege Lenovo Legion Go Cranking Its Specs To 11, Rivaling ROG Ally

by Low Boon ShenAugust 29, 2023
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Leaks Allege Lenovo Legion Go Cranking Its Specs To 11, Rivaling ROG Ally

Leaks Allege Lenovo Legion Go Cranking Its Specs To 11, Rivaling ROG Ally

After the previous leak and bombshell (courtesy of Windows Central), outlet Windows Report has dropped more information on Lenovo’s upcoming ROG Ally-rivaling console, the Legion Go. Based on the specs provided by an anonymous tipster, the company is aiming for the crème de la crème of the gaming handheld segment. (It’s worth noting that Legion and ROG faced off in mobile markets before, before Legion left the smartphone market earlier this year.)

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The report claims that Lenovo will officially unveil the console on IFA 2023, which begins on September 1st. The information allegedly originated from an internal press release document from the source, which mentions a few things: it runs Windows 11, is powered by AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme, and new accessories are launching alongside it. Windows Report noted that the leak includes a video showcasing the product, but chose not to reveal at this time.

In any case, the outlet has published the full spec sheet as follows:

Dimensions (L x W x H) Base Module: 210 x 131 x 20 mm
Base Module w/ Controllers Attached: 299 x 131 x 41 mm
Weight Controllers Detached: 640g
Controllers Attached: 854g
Color Shadow Black
Display 8.8” QHD+ (2560 x 1600) IPS
16:10 10-point Touch (144Hz / 97% DCI-P3 / 500 nits / 83% AAR)
Touchpad Multi-finger
Processor Up to AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme with AMD RDNA Graphics
Memory 16GB LPDDR5X-7500 onboard
Storage 256GB / 512GB / 1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2242
Operating System Windows 11 Home
Battery Base module: 2-cell 49.2WHr, supports Super Rapid Charge
Controller battery capacity: 900mAh
Power Adapter USB Type-C, 65W AC adapter
Output: 20V DC, 3.25A, 65W
Input: 100~240V AC 50/60Hz universal
Ports Top
3.5mm audio combo jack
1 x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort™ 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)
1 x microSD card reader  
Bottom
1x USB Type-C (USB 4.0, DisplayPort 1.4, Power Delivery 3.0)
Control and Input Gamepad Controls
Legion L/R
ABXY buttons
D-pad
L & R hall effect joysticks
L & R bumpers
L & R analog triggers
Legion L & R buttons
View button (L)
Menu button (L)
Trackpad (R)
6 x assignable grip buttons
1 x mouse wheel (R)
1x mouse sensor (R)
2 x controllers release buttons
Haptics: HD haptics
Gyro: 6-Axis IMU
Audio 2 x 2W Speakers
Dual-array near-field microphone
Connectivity 2 x 2 Wi-Fi 6E (802.11 ax)
Starting from Bluetooth 5.2
Software Legion Space Xbox Game Pass Ultimate – Complimentary 3-month membership

To summarize, the specs indicate that there will be at least three versions of the Legion Go available, going by the storage options offered. We may see a cut-down version that uses the standard AMD Ryzen Z1 (6 core, 4 CUs) as well; and the 8.8-inch display is a QHD+ unit that ticks pretty much every box you can ask for a display (which we assume wouldn’t come cheap). It’s perhaps a bit overkill given the small size, though. In the same leak, there’s also mentions of complementary accessories, including Legion AR glasses and Legion E510 RGB wired earbuds.

Finally, the price – given the very high-end features and specs, don’t expect this console to be cheap. The report claims that Lenovo will price the Legion Go at $799, which is significantly more expensive than ROG or Valve’s offerings. The Legion AR glasses is claimed to cost $499, and the E510 earbuds is €49.99 – all three products are set to go on sale starting October 2023.

We have a few days left to see all of these are indeed real – but given the timing and the sheer amount of information available, it’s safe to say this is it. Still, a pinch of salt is welcomed – especially when it comes to pricing.

All images courtesy of Windows Report

Pokdepinion: Lenovo may have a winner here – Hall Effect joysticks? That’s a big deal. 

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