Lenovo, which has discontinued its gaming smartphone business, is reportedly working on a new gaming handheld device called the Legion Go. The device is said to be inspired by the Nintendo Switch and will have detachable controllers with RGB lighting. It is also rumored to use AMD’s Ryzen 7040 ‘Phoenix’ series chipset.
The Legion Go is also expected to have an 8-inch display along with up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. It is also said to be powered by a 7nm AMD Ryzen 7000-series processor along with a Windows 11 operating system.
The back of the device will have a built-in kickstand, Legion branding, and a heat exhaust. It will also have a number of buttons, including the standard ones, as well as M1 and M2 shoulder buttons, M3 and M4 buttons on the right controller, and Y1 and Y2 buttons on the left controller.
The Legion Go is expected to be a competitor to the Steam Deck and Asus ROG Ally. It is still under development, so no official details have been released yet.