This is a great year for the smartphone gaming world, as you receive amazing additions to the catalog of available smartphones. Among what has been talked about recently is the Lenovo Legion Duel Phone 2, with an innovative and very interesting design.
However, gaming smartphones had to speak both positively and negatively, especially with regard to their resistance. Nowadays it’s almost fashionable to watch Zack Nelson’s stress testing session on JerryRigEverything’s YouTube channel.
After the frightening failure of the ASUS ROG Phone 5, which literally broke in two, few believed that the smartphone would do worse. But the unexpected happened when it came time to put the Legion Duel Phone 2 in front of the camera.
Legion Duel Phone 2 succumbs to the pressure of costly time to watch
As Zack points out at the moment of truth, after all, there is a gaming smartphone that is a lot crisper than the ROG Phone 5. In just a few moments, we can easily see that the smartphone’s fragility is back in the area where its antennas have been placed, as It was exactly in those four points that we saw the smartphone leave.
It’s really hard to understand how, in the midst of so much innovation, manufacturers are not devoting the time necessary to solve this apparent weakness in smartphones.
Nevertheless, Lenovo Legion Duel Phone 2 continues to present itself as a great gaming smartphone, if not one of the best smartphones out there. Zach himself suggests that the fact that the smartphone crashes its stress test should only be considered one of the many factors to remember when making a decision.
By the way, Lenovo’s fragility at the top of the range appears to be even in the absence of flexibility. All other tests showed perfect strength.
Lenovo Legion Duel Phone 2 specifications
- 6.92 inches
- Full HD +
- Permanent offer
- 144Hz refresh rate
- HDR10 + support
- The maximum brightness of 1300 lumens
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor
- RAM up to 18 GB
- 256 or 512 GB of internal memory
- 64 MP + 16 MP (wide angle)
- In front of me:
- 5,500 mAh
- 65W fast charging
- Fast charging with 90W dual connection
- Fingerprint reader on screen
- And therefore:
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Across: JerryRigEverything (YouTube)
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