It looks like we're entering another golden age for portable gaming consoles that we haven't seen since the heyday of the Game Boy, Game Gear, and Atari Lynx. With the Nintendo Switch now the seventh best-selling console in history — just four years after its launch — and Steam Deck hype growing, Lenovo seems to be celebrating its portable device.
The image of the Lenovo Legion Play on the analog stick is D- Pad button, Y/X/A/B buttons, and shoulder buttons that look like Steam Deck.There's also a USB Type-C port, built-in microphone, and a 3.5mm audio jack, but no camera.
Google Play Store icon confirms that this device is running Android Android, meaning there's access to a slew of mobile games, YouTube and Google Drive icons We're seeing an icon for Nvidia's GeForce Now player service - perhaps the description of "Android Cloud Game Console" comes from there.
No Features For Lenovo Legion Play - Anticipate a SoC Arm on the West R-phone - and there's no indication of a launch date for the company, assuming it has been released yet. There are currently a number of low-cost Android phones out there, and none of them have caught the world. It will be interesting to see if Lenovo can be distinguished from the others or if its device is not considered under the Steam Deck and Switch.
Leaked images show Lenovo Legion Play, an Android mobile device
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