Lenovo Legion Go Value, Specs Leak Out Simply Forward Of Rumored Reveal

One other space the place the Legion Go seeks to demolish the competitors is the show, assuming the knowledge is correct. The leak mentions an 8.8-inch QHD+ (2560 x 1600 pixels) display on the machine that helps as much as 144 Hz refresh charge and gives as much as 500 nits of peak brightness. The Steam Deck gives a 7-inch HD (1200 x 800 pixels) show locked at 60 Hz and maximizes at 400 nits, whereas the Asus ROG Ally serves a 7-inch full-HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) that solely goes as much as 120 Hz refresh charge.

The Nintendo Change additionally retains the display measurement and backbone capped at 7 inches and HD decision. Whereas a much bigger show is all the time welcome in terms of having fun with video games on a handheld machine, it additionally takes its personal candy toll on the battery life, particularly when it is extra pixel-dense and runs at a better refresh charge. The Legion Go’s quick charging perk seems to be a compensatory measure right here.

However it seems that Lenovo will cost fairly a lavish premium for all these upgrades. The leak predicts a $799 asking value for the Legion Go’s base 256 GB storage variant. That is double the $399 sticker value for the Steam Deck and $100 greater than what Asus asks for the ROG Ally. Lenovo will individually promote the Legion Glasses for $499, and a brand new pair of RGB-toting Legion E510 7.1 in-ear headphones for round $50. Lenovo’s Legion Go will reportedly be showcased on September 1 and can go on sale in October.