Lenovo’s new Legion phone Duel 2 It is a gaming phone with two USB-C ports, a pop-up camera and a built-in fan. With so much technology inside, Lenovo decided it was best to move its most important, hard-working components to the center of the phone, which makes it easy for fans to keep everything cool during the game. As a result, it is surrounded by two batteries. It didn’t look like a big red flag at first. If anything, it seemed brilliant – that is, up to YouTuber Jerry Everting Got the grip of the phone (via Android Police).
As part of a rigorous test of the channel’s signature durability, it bends to see how much flexibility each device can withstand before finally breaking. Most devices can hold, but usually without some curved metal or glass through. Legion Phone Duel 2 did not pick up properly All To be flexible, not even a little. At point 8:40 in the video, the host says “I’m not even remotely worried about breaking it” shortly after, and the antenna line, which meets the elevated middle section, satisfactorily breaks the phone’s power. With little power, the host also broke the other side to explain the lack of structural integrity in the design.
Lenovo’s device is not an alien compared to other recent gaming phones the channel has tested. Asus ROG Phone 5 (like The final model I recently reviewed) Further Broke during the test, Despite the very coherent design. It seemed to require more power to break than Lenovo’s new phone. I’m not an engineer, but splitting the battery in two seems to be part of the reason for the weakness, as Asus’ latest phone is also arranged internally.
Compared to some other gaming-centric phones, the Legion Phone is as different as the Dual 2 in appearance, coming at a higher price of $ 950. Its somewhat brittle design means it will cost even more on the road if you need to find an alternative.