PC gaming handhelds are growing increasingly popular, and with the Steam Deck and ROG Ally leading the pack, Lenovo Legion is reportedly planning to join in on the fun with the “Legion Go.”
According to a report from Windows Central, Lenovo is gearing up to launch a PC gaming handheld similar to the Steam Deck and ROG Ally. Under its Legion gaming brand, the new handheld will reportedly run on Windows 11 along with AMD’s new Phoenix processors, which are described as “ultra-thin, focused on gaming, AI, and graphics for ultrabooks.”
Windows Central states that details are very scarce at the moment, and there’s no information on when the device could become available, if at all.
Back in 2021, a leak from Liliputing uncovered the existence of a Lenovo Legion Play, an Android-based cloud-oriented handheld. It was never released to the public, but it is quite possible that the Legion Go could finish what this unreleased device started.
Further information from the report says that the Legion Go will have an 8-inch screen, which will definitely be an advantage over the Steam Deck and Ally’s 7-inch screens.
As of writing, there’s no information on exactly when this device could become available, or if, indeed, it’ll become available at all.
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