Lenovo Mobile’s resurface in the Philippines started off with budget to mid-range smartphones. Lenovo K5 Play was among the new phones they released in the Philippine market, and it set a proper foundation for reintroducing the brand to Filipinos.
3 months later, Lenovo started teasing everyone that they’ll be bringing the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel in the country. It was a bold move because ASUS was getting very aggressive with their marketing of the ROG Phone 3, a major player in the gaming smartphone segment.
In this review of Duel (to make things simpler, moving forward), I am going to take you through how a phone like this will make sense to both gamers and content creators. I believe that this smartphone will appeal to both audiences, especially now that mobile gaming has been playing a vital role in the reshaping of the entertainment and lifestyle segments. I also firmly believe that this is where Duel shines compared to ROG Phone 3. While both smartphones are undeniably great for gaming, there’s one aspect of Duel that makes it a better smartphone than any of the flagship smartphones I have reviewed this year – the empowerment of content creators.