In recent weeks, rumors have surfaced that Lenovo may enter the mobile gaming market with its gaming laptops. today, Windows Report has published a new article claiming that the first images of a Lenovo handheld have been leaked.
The outlet shared several photos of Lenovo’s new yet to be announced device, which runs Windows Central I mentioned last month It was called the Legion Go, and it’s a gaming laptop rumored to be running Windows 11. Shared images for Windows Report show that Lenovo’s gaming laptop looks similar to other laptops like the Steam Deck and the Asus ROG Ally, but is identical to the Nintendo Switch in several ways. Methods. More specifically, the alleged images of the Legion Go show a detachable gamepad similar to the Switch, with the back offering a kickstand like the one on the Switch OLED.
The leaked images also show two rear buttons on the back of the detachable gamepads, while the front right gamepad shows a vertical touchpad directly below the joystick. Based on the images showing the detachable gamepads, the Windows report concludes that the Legion Go’s display will be a touchscreen.
Lenovo has yet to announce a new mobile device, though this wouldn’t be the first time it has explored the portable gaming device market. The company previously worked on Legion playan unreleased device that runs on the Android operating system, and at CES 2021, the company collaborated with NEC to release a concept device called “LaVie Mini”.
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