Lenovo shows off the sophisticated cooling technology of the

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(Pocket-lint) – Lenovo is set to launch a new gamer phone, borrowing its Legion brand from the gaming sector laptops for gamers: the Legion Y70.

The company has announced that the phone will be unveiled in due form on August 18, 2022 in China, and it is releasing more and more information about it ahead of that unveiling.

The latest information is that the phone will have quite a strong cooling system, which is always extremely important when gaming phones are used for long gaming sessions.

It will have a cooling chamber of 5,047 square millimeters and a depth of only half a millimeter, which will allow heat to dissipate without taking up much space or being too thick on the phone.

As we see phones with active cooling systems that include fans, it will be interesting to see if this passive system can hold up (if it’s the only one present).

The phone will also feature the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, which puts it at the forefront in terms of performance, but doesn’t appear to be too heavily gamer-marked from what we’ve seen so far.

It’s thin and fairly normal-looking, with no shoulder buttons or RGB lighting to speak of, and so could attempt to bridge the gap between the game and a more mainstream audience.

We’ll know more when it premieres on August 18.

Written by Max Freeman-Mills.

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