Lenovo officially announced Legion Y700 tablet, which comes with a 8.8-inch 2K (2560 x 1600) 120Hz screen. In addition, Lenovo said its Legion Y700 device will have a uniform naming scheme: two digits for phones, three for tablets and four for computers.
Lenovo continues to warm up for the Y700 today, and has released photos of the real thing. Let’s take a look.
From the graphics, this small 8-inch tablet is perfect for gaming, and it has a straight screen, which is just fine to hold with both hands. The back of the machine is printed with LEGION logo; The lens module, in the upper left corner, appears to be double or triple shot; The front camera is centered and single, located in the frame; Type-c interface on the bottom and shoulder keys on the side?
The four-digit Lenovo PC devices include Y7000P, R7000P, Y9000P, R9000P and other models, among which Y stands for Intel and R stands for AMD. Legion Android tablet belongs to the new category, judging from the naming, today’s announcement Y700 may belong to the mid-range model, and later there may be Y900 high-end model. The Legion mobile game has been released for two generations, and the new product to be released is Y90, which has been revealed in the high frame rate upgrade list of Honor.
It is confirmed that the Y90 gaming phone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor, the Y700 tablet may be powered by Snapdragon 870 or 888, and the Y900 model may be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen1.