Last month, Lenovo teased the Legion Y90 gaming smartphone with a 144Hz screen and said it would be unveiled on January 1. Well, that didn't happen, and while we wait for its launch date, Lenovo has posted a short video on Weibo, giving us a glimpse of the Legion Y90's design, GSMARENA reported.
We can see that its flat screen with rounded corners has slim bezels on the top, with a selfie camera on the right side of the earpiece. Around the back, in the center, is the huge island housing flash, cameras, and Y-shaped light. We also see antenna lines on the frames, suggesting a metal build.
The Lenovo Legion Y90 will run ZUI, which—if the machine translation is correct—will come with some tweaks for a better gaming experience.
Previously, Lenovo confirmed that the Legion Y90 will come with a dual-engine air-cooled system for sustained performance. It will pack a 6.92" E4 AMOLED screen with a 720Hz touch sampling rate, and support HDR content.