Lenovo gives a glimpse of its Legion gaming phone and it is different
Lenovo Legion Gaming Smartphone

We are only a week away from seeing the Lenovo gaming phone powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. If you are waiting to see how it is, you do not need to do this. Lenovo has already released a promo image of the Lenovo Legion that looks at every part of the gaming phone. In addition to the promo images, Chinese retailer JD.com has also given us the official renders of the upcoming phones. The main feature of the phone is that it is one of the first phones powered by the recently announced Snapdragon 865; ASUS ROG Phone 3 is another.
Being a gaming phone, here are some important features that you need to associate with a gaming phone. The phone has an industrial design with blunt diagonal edges. The front stereo speaker setup is highlighted in red and the phone is painted black. The back of the phone has a striped Kevlar-like pattern in contrast to the smooth X-shaped surface with Legion branding‌.
"The phone has 4 air triggers, two on either side of the right edge of the phone."
Being a gaming phone, the back of the phone also claims to be RGB Lite. Also, strangely, the dual-camera setup is placed in the center of the phone, unlike other phones we've seen for a long time. Speaking of cameras, Lenovo's front camera implementation is also unique. Although it is a pop-up camera, it extends from the right side of the phone and supports live-streaming. It looks like an LED flash.
The phone is rumored to have a full HD + 144Hz refresh rate AMOLED panel. It also claims to have a 5,000 mAh battery to support Crazy 90W fast charging. Lenovo's first attempt to create a gaming phone is impressive on paper and we will have to wait until the 22nd to find out what else it brings to the table. Coincidentally, we see that ASUS announced the ROG Phone 3 on the same day.