Lenovo Legion Go gaming handheld Surfaced Online with 8-inch display, trackpad, Windows 11

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Lenovo Legion Go Gaming Handheld render image leak.

Lenovo is in the process of creating a gaming handheld named Legion Go, following the example of ASUS Rog Ally, according to a report from windowsreport.com. While the device's design shares similarities with other competitors, it's particularly influenced by the Nintendo Switch.

The design amalgamates elements from different competitors, including detachable joy-cons, a button arrangement reminiscent of the Rog Ally, an 8-inch display, and a trackpad similar to that found on the Steam Deck.

Lenovo Legion Go Gaming Handheld leak image 1.

As per the report, Legion Go is set to operate on Windows 11, potentially positioning itself as a viable substitute for a dedicated gaming PC. It is anticipated to be powered by AMD's new Phoenix processors, promising a robust and immersive gaming experience.

Evidencing its substantial power, the device is designed with sizable air vents located on its rear along with a stand to accommodate an additional controller. Standard features like shoulder buttons and side triggers are present, while the inclusion of rear triggers and a discreet wheel on the back of the right joy-con provides added functionality.

Lenovo Legion Go Gaming Handheld leak image 2.

The device comes equipped with two USB-C ports, a power button, a headphone jack, volume adjustment buttons, and a micro-SD slot. The inclusion of detachable joy-cons suggests potential touch sensitivity for the screen, a fitting feature considering Windows 11's touch-friendly interface.

Currently, there is limited available information regarding additional specifications and the exact release date. More details are expected to emerge in the coming days.