Lenovo’s new gaming smartphone will have as much as 22 GB of RAM

Lenovo is preparing its new gaming phone, and now the complete specifications of the upcoming device have appeared.

The Lenovo Legion Y90 gaming phone has previously appeared as part of various news and rumors, and now we have the most accessible information about the device.

The authenticity of the available data is not known, but the whistleblower @Pandaisbald has a good reputation when it comes to prior knowledge of previously unpublished devices.

Unsurprisingly, the Legion Y90 will use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. Combined with the aforementioned chip, 18 GB of RAM arrives, which can be expanded up to 22 GB with the help of dynamic RAM extension of Android.

Mention is also made of 640 GB of storage space, which will be made possible by combining 512 GB and 128 GB disks.

The display should be Samsung E4 AMOLED, with a size of 6.92 inches and a refresh rate of 144 Hz. In the field of cameras, a 44MP selfie camera is expected at the front, as well as a 64MP main camera at the rear and a 16MP ultra-wide camera.

The information available also mentions an upgraded cooling solution, as well as the existence of physical keys, which could be six (compared to four as the Legion 2 Pro had).

The Lenovo Legion Y90 gaming is expected to be unveiled in February.

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