There’s a report going around that Lenovo may be working on a handheld gaming device that’s powered by Android. Should it see a commercial release, it’ll be apparently called the Lenovo Legion Play.

While no official announcement has come out from Lenovo, tech news site Liliputing has managed to find a set of photos of the Lenovo Legion Play. The device is indeed a dedicated handheld gaming device that’s set to compete with the likes of the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck.


Based on the official description uncovered by Liliputing, the Lenovo Legion Play will sport a 7-inch Full HD display with HDR 10 and 16:9 aspect ratio. It will also have non-removable controllers along with two speakers, haptic feedback, and a 7,000mAh battery.

It’s unclear if it will feature phone functionality like what the Legion Phone Duel and similarly gaming smartphones have. It’s also unclear when the Lenovo Legion Play will release, but it’s reportedly arriving soon at certain markets.

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