Lenovo are working on a Legion Go 2 PC gaming handheld

Lenovo has confirmed their plan to create a next-generation Legion Go handheld

Lenovo recently hosted their Innovate 24 conference in Thailand. During that event, Lenovo confirmed that they were working on a successor to their Legion Go handheld. Yes, the Lenovo Legion Go 2 is coming!

Lenovo’s Legion Go is a AMD-powered PC gaming handheld that runs Windows. The product features removable controllers, and a 8.8-inch 2560 x 1600 144Hz screen. This makes the Legion Go the largest PC gaming handheld on the market, which is great for gamers who prefer larger screens.

Clifford Chong, Lenovo APAC Gaming Category Manager, confirmed the company’s Legion Go 2 plans. Below is what he had to say about the Legion’s ongoing development and their Legion 2 plans.

We’re still spending a lot of resources improving our current Legion Go. Over the span of the last six months we have unlocked more experiences and there are still engineering efforts to bring the next wave of features to the product.

Definitely it’s a product category that we see potential in. We will continue to invest, and we are looking towards, when the time comes, having a next-generation product to provide users with more and better features.

(Video from Chris Stead on YouTube)

We do not expect to see Lenovo launch a new Legion Go product until AMD releases their next-generation of mobile GPUs. The company’s upcoming “Strix Point” will reportedly feature Zen 5 CPU cores and RDNA 3.5 graphics. These two architectural changes should allow Lenovo to create a stronger, more power efficient, PC gaming handheld.

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