Lenovo has just released its own Windows-powered gaming handheld device. The Lenovo Legion Go gives gamers more ability to game however and wherever they want. The Legion Go is intended for gamers who need top-tier specifications and aesthetics from their portable device. Along with the micro OLED-equipped new Lenovo Legion Glasses and Legion E510 7.1 RGB Gaming In-Ear Headphones. The Legion Go marks a significant expansion of the Lenovo Legion ecosystem of gaming devices, monitors, accessories, software, and services that enable gamers to immerse themselves in their games.
Legion Go highlights
- Dimensions & Weight: 299mm x 131mm x 41mm, 854g (Controllers Attached)
- Display: 8.8-inch QHD+ (2560 x 1600) IPS, 16:10 10-point Touch (144Hz | 97% DCI-P3 | 500nits | 83%AAR)
- Processor: Up to AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme with AMD RDNA Graphics
- Memory: 16GB 7500Mhz LPDDR5X on board
- Storage: 256GB / 512GB / 1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2242
- Operating System: Windows 11 Home
- Battery: 2-cell 49.2WHr w/ Super Raid Charge (900mah2 controller battery capacity)
- Power Adaptor: USB Type-C, 65W AC adapter
- Ports: 3.5mm audio combo jack, 2x USB Type-C (top and bottom), 1x microSD card reader
Lenovo Legion Go support cellular connectivity?
Dave2D, a well-known YouTuber posted a video on Lenovo Legion Go. Everything was going well, but something clicked in our minds.
We were surprised when Dave2D flipped the device over and revealed a PTA logo on it. PTA stands for Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, which is the regulatory body for sim cards and mobile devices in Pakistan. The presence of the PTA logo on the back of the device, as shown in the picture, strongly suggests that this device will support SIM cards and cellular connectivity. PTA approval is necessary for devices that use cellular networks.
We searched on the internet and could find no results if the Lenovo Legion Go has cellular features. However, being approved by the PTA, there must be something. Hopefully, when the handheld is available widely, we will be able to figure out what PTA has to do with the handheld and if it supports any cellular features.