Lenovo attacks Valve and Nintendo: This is what the new handheld is supposed to look like
Following the success of Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck, Lenovo is reportedly working on its own gaming handheld. The Lenovo Legion Play could be the first cloud-based Android console and allows playing mobile games as well as streaming elaborate games.
More and more manufacturers are trying to capitalize on the success of hybrid consoles like Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck by launching their own gaming handhelds. The latest device that is now causing a stir is the ROG Ally from ASUS.
It is a handheld running Windows 11 that allows users to play their existing game libraries from platforms like Steam or the Epic Games Store on the go. The ROG Ally receives positive reviews and enjoys great popularity.
Lenovo Legion Play: The next gaming handheld?
Now there are rumors about another gaming handheld developed by Lenovo, known as the Lenovo Legion Play. However, it is unclear if this device will ever hit the market, as the project may have been canceled.
It was discovered in the website’s source code that the Lenovo Legion Play could be the first cloud-based Android console. It would allow users to play mobile games and experience elaborate gaming via streaming. The device is said to feature a 16:9 full HD display, HDR 10 support, dual speakers, dual vibration, and a large 7000 mAh battery. Additionally, there is a USB-C port, a jack input, and even a built-in microphone for communication. Pictures also show NVIDIA’s GeForce Now service, which allows streaming graphically demanding games.
Lenovo has focused on gaming in the past, developing gaming laptops, computer systems, and unique smartphones specifically designed for gaming. So it would not be surprising if the Chinese company would also launch its own gaming handheld.
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