Lenovo Legion Phone Pro is the company’s gaming smartphone and comes with top-of-the-line specifications and some impressive features. It also has dual front-facing speakers and a quad-microphones setup with Qualcomm’s noise reduction technology.
Now, DxOMark has published a new report related to the smartphone’s audio performance and gave it 59 points, with playback being rated at 64 and recording at 44.
The phone’s score of 59 points puts it in the lower ranks of devices for audio performance. However, the audio score for gaming use-case is better. Comparing it to other gaming smartphones, the Asus ROG 3 scored 75 points while Nubia Red Magic 3S
The report from DxOMark says that the phone good dynamics performance. But, it says that tonal balance is off due to the lack of clarity. It notes that treble is muffled while the mid-range is inconsistent and the bass gets distorted even at nominal volume.
The Lenovo Legion Phone Pro was launched in August this year, marking the brand’s debut in the gaming smartphone category. The device features a 6.65-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 144Hz.
It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus flagship platform with up to 16GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage. The device comes packed with a 5,000mAh battery that supports 90W fast charging technology.
The device is equipped with a game acceleration engine (GAE) and has ultrasonic buttons on both sides to start the game acceleration engine. During gaming, players can quickly switch perspectives through the shaking of the phone. As for the pricing, the 8GB RAM variant starts at 3,499 yuan (~$521) in China.
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