It’s the time to get the next thing to hit the market gaming tablets. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this kind of device however, it’s been largely forgotten. Then, Lenovo seems to be especially keen in reviving the range by introducing an Lenovo Legion Pad.
It’s important to remember that you’ll have to take these reports with a pinch and a pinch of salt. It’s still unclear whether the company is creating a tablet, however all indications point to the possibility of it. The only official information we have are two images that were shared by Lenovo executive team on Weibo. One photo shows the front side of the tablet and the one that shows Legion logo at the rear.
It’s evident that it’s not a huge tablet, but it’s like the smartphone segment with an 8-inch display. This is still a standard size for most tablets on the market however it’s just one size larger than what’s available in the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro that boasts the 6.92-inch display.
It is interesting to note that the device does not have physically controlled buttons. This is far from Lenovo Legion Play which leaked in the last few months. To give you an example to the Legion Play, the Play features a 7-inch display (Very similar in size to Legion 2 Pro), Joysticks with built-in joysticks, D-pads and other buttons, such as triggers. It’s as if it’s an handheld console.
LENOVO LEGION PAD SPECIFICATIONS
Looking at our previous discussion of Lenovo Legion 2 Pro, however, there’s no confirmation on the potential specifications. However, we can imagine it being similar to Lenovo’s gaming laptops. We can anticipate an OLED display that has a high refresh rate with at minimum 120 Hz or the equivalent of 144 120 Hz.
The fact that it has an OLED display is already a major advantage over most tablets on the market. For performance reasons, we’re expecting top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon processors such as the recently launched Snapdragon 8 Generation 1. However, based on when Lenovo unveils it and the price it could still be it’s Snapdragon 888 or Plus version. We can also anticipate a large battery to stand it up and a variety of the latest cooling technology.