With the introduction of the AMD Ryzen 4000, more and more tech brands are leveraging the same for their devices to bring forth an amazing experience for their users. Lenovo is not behind on that as they are possibly going to introduce the Lenovo Legion 5 Y550-15ARH with AMD’s mobile processors for efficient gaming experience for their users.
Given that the Renoir APUs are soon expected to be hitting the market, it isn’t surprising that more and more brands are embracing the new breakthrough from AMD.
Lenovo is going to launch their new Legion gaming laptops with the AMD Ryzen 4000 pretty soon, if the rumors and claims are to be believed. The same information was leaked on the Weibo forum with a few promotional pictures to let the gamers know what’s about to come their way. The posters also compared some of the similarities and upgrades in the device in comparison to the existing Intel legion models that are already available in the market.
These two new Legion models, Lenovo Legion 5 Y550 and Y750 are going to be powered by the mighty Renoir APUs up to the efficient Ryzen 7 4800H SKU. The rumors also suggest that these new Lenovo models will also come in varying models for the users to choose from. One of the most talked about option is the one integrated with the RGB lighting and the other one with the Y shaped logo on the lid of the laptop.
There are also few rumors and reports that these new devices could also include the limited edition Advanced Optimus battery which is known for changing the way you use devices around. These battery saver modes can help let you be productive without having to worry about the overall turnaround time that you device is switched on. But, it is believed to not credit AMD for all of it as it is predominantly a feature that is boasted by NVIDIA.
As for the RAM options, the device is going to come integrated with DDR4-3200 which is an upgrade for the existing DDR4-2293 and is limited on a few Intel models as of now.
Aside from these technical specs, some other factors that the users can look forward to in the upcoming Lenovo Legion models is the improved cooling feature with the redesigned rubber feet for better grip and comfort of use.
The case material of the device is also likely going to have a matte finish or similar features to prevent fingerprints. The devices will also come equipped with two NVMe slots and good charger and battery and an overall improved keyboard layout.
The display on these Legion gaming laptops could be a downside with their 122Hz refresh rate with the 45% NTSC color reproduction but for the most part, if you are not fussy about that, the rest of the features could make up for the shortcoming.
Lenovo hasn’t revealed anything about the price point of these devices but they are going to be available in the coming few weeks.