Legion Phone Duel Unit (3)Lenovo has announced the local availability of its flagship gaming smartphone, the Legion Phone Duel, which features a unique Dual Technology Architecture that unleashes the full potential of both hardware and software, redefining the mobile gaming landscape.

Legion Phone Duel - Key Visuals (2)Legion Phone Duel boasts a 6.65-inch 1080p+ AMOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate. Under the hood is no less than a Snapdragon 865+ along with up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage.

Legion Phone Duel Unit (6)It’s got a 64MP main camera paired with a 16MP ultra-wide unit. Upfront, you get a 20MP snapper. The device runs ZUI 12/Legion OS on top of Android 10 and houses a 5,000mAh battery with 65W/90W fast-charging (region-dependent).

Dual Technology Architecture

Legion Phone Duel - Key Visuals (10)Legion Phone Duel utilizes 2,500mAh cells located on the sides, while the warm logic board is in the center. This placement keeps the warmest area away from where the user’s hands would usually land, making it more comfortable to use for long hours of gaming.

The device also employes Dual-Liquid Heat Pipes, Graphite Sheets, and Copper Foils all to ensure that thermals are well-managed.

Legion Phone Duel Unit (16)Dual Type-C Charging gives you two charging ports – one at the bottom, and one on the side of the phone.

Legion Phone Duel Unit (17)You can opt to use one or both ports using the bundled 65W charger. Both connected, the phone can turbocharge from 0% to full in 34 minutes. That also means 0% to 60% in 15 minutes).

Legion Phone Duel Unit (15)Legion Phone Duel uses Dual Shoulder Controls – ultrasonic trigger buttons that employ Dual Haptic Engines to deliver life-like feedback for deeper immersion in games.

Dual Front-Facing Speakers deliver immersive sound and room-filling audio for situational battle cues in-game, allowing you to react faster. This is made possible using Dirac Audio technology with large 1.4cc acoustics chambers.

Legion Phone Duel Unit (12)Dual Livestreaming is now made easy using the Legion Phone Duel’s 20MP pop-up front camera which only takes 0.5 seconds to activate or retract. To broadcast your voice and facial reactions as you play, simply activate the pop-up camera to overlay your image on-screen. This feature is also compatible with popular streaming apps.

You can easily remove the background and use AI to auto-enhance your image using the selfie editor with matching retouching filters and correction options.

The phone is also equipped with four noise-canceling microphones to allow live-streamers to easily do recordings at esports events.

Customized Interface

Legion Phone Duel - Key Visuals (5)Legion Realm is a central dashboard where you can tweak hardware performance settings, browse your game library, and choose your network connection.

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The phone also lets you review all gaming highlights via a preview screen as soon as your gaming session ends. You can then select and merge clips together to form a highlight reel that you can share with your friends.

Scored a win but forgot to hit “record”?. Use a finger to slide the right ultrasonic trigger key to the left and replay moments that were captured automatically in the background so you can “reverse-record” that scene.

You can also tweak the RGB lighting on the “Y” Legion logo at the rear of the phone so you can be informed of notifications such as messages and charging status.

Legion Phone Duel - Key Visuals (4)For a large-screen gaming experience, you can connect the phone to an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse using a USB-C dock.

Check out our unboxing of the device here.

Pricing and Availability

Legion Phone Duel - All ColorsLenovo Legion Phone Duel will come in two colors – Blazing Blue (12GB + 256GB) and Vengeance Red (16GB + 512GB) and will be available at authorized Lenovo resellers in PH starting November 1, 2020.


  • Blazing Blue (12GB + 256GB) = PhP39,995 (FREE HT28 Wireless Earbuds)
  • Vengeance Red (16GB + 512GB) = PhP49,995 (FREE H300 Gaming Headset)

Where to Buy

  • Complink
  • Gigahertz
  • Silicon Valley
  • PC Express
  • Villman
  • Lenovo Concept Stores
  • Legion Concept Stores

For more information, follow Legion on Facebook or visit their official website.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.