Lenovo Legion Y90 Confirmed with 18 GB of RAM
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Lenovo Legion Y90 Confirmed with 18 GB of RAM

The rumors and listings were true! The Lenovo Legion Y90 will indeed have 18 GB of RAM and even more, according to these screenshots posted by a Lenovo representative.

The Product Director of Lenovo shared two screenshots about the Lenovo Legion Y90 and the details are simply insane!

The Lenovo Legion Y90 will have 640 GB of storage onboard, a tremendous capacity that no other phone on the market offers right now, plus 18 GB + 4GB of LPDDR5 RAM.

The rest of the details from the screenshots aren’t that new, since we’ve seen this phone listed on TENAA, but are just as impressive.

lenovo legion y90 specs
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The screen is a 144Hz AMOLED with a 720Hz touch sampling rate powered by a 5,600 mAh battery with 68W fast charging.

And, since it’s a gaming phone, do expect to see shoulder keys and some interesting cooling features.

Now the only thing to know is when exactly is the Lenovo Legion Y90 launch set for.

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Lenovo Legion Y90 Confirmed with 18 GB of RAM
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  1. Matthew Bonner

    February 18, 2022 at 2:52 am

    Yup but it will be plagued with software bugs, of which you’ll get no support for, and then the awesome hardware that the phone is kitted out with will fail and you’ll try to get it fixed under warranty to find Lenovo pass you to Motorola who say they don’t support the phone, for Lenovo to send you to many dead end web pages, some that error, others that don’t have your phone’s model so you can’t get your phone repaired, and eventually after months of trying to get something done, you’ll lose your rag and try to get a refund, in which you’ll realise that you’ve just been conned by Lenovo because once they have your money that’s it they don’t care, and you are screed with a phone that is as useless as a paperweight. So by all means, risk buying one, if you dare to think this won’t happen to you.

    • Ana Dascalescu

      February 23, 2022 at 9:59 am

      Uff, that sounds like a terrible experience to have. Hopefully Lenovo will better support this phone.

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