Lenovo Legion Go India Launch on June 27; Here's All You Need to Know

By Sanorita - June 20, 2024
Lenovo will introduce the Legion Go in India on June 27. It will compete with MSI Claw A1M and Asus ROG Ally in the segment. The upcoming handheld gaming console is said to feature a 49.2Wh battery w....

The new Lenovo Legion Go is set to launch in India on June 27, following its debut at IFA 2023. Lenovo is running a microsite on its official webpage that highlights the gaming console's features, which are similar to the global version. The price of the India-spec gaming console has yet to be released, but market reports suggest that it will cost roughly Rs 70,000. Globally, the Lenovo device costs 799 Euros (about USD 866 or Rs 72,258). Here's all you need to know about the upcoming Lenovo gadget in India. 

Lenovo Legion Go: Key Specifications

The India-spec Lenovo Legion Go will work with Legion Glasses, and support three modes: FPS (first-person shooter), detachable, and handheld. To enhance aim in first-person shooter games, the last mode employs an extra controller base to turn a portion of the controller into a vertical mouse. 

The gaming console will feature 512GB of PCIe Gen4 onboard storage and 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM, according to Lenovo. It will additionally accommodate microSD cards for up to 2TB of storage. The device will be equipped with a 49.2Wh battery that supports fast charging. Power Bypass and Battery Optimization modes will also be included.

It will feature Windows 11 and AMD Ryzen Z1 series chipsets. In addition, the brand's Legion ColdFront cooling technology will be included in the console. The Lenovo Legion Go will come with an 8.8-inch QHD+ touchscreen display with a brightness level of 500 nits and a refresh rate of up to 144Hz.

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It is said to sport two USB Type-C ports for connectivity, providing a variety of options for accessories and devices. The India-spec version will come in a Shadow Black colour option, according to the teaser. It will compete with the MSI Claw A1M and Asus ROG Ally in India. More details on the product are expected to become available closer to the launch. 

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