Lenovo is currently working on a “Lite” version of its Legion Go gaming handheld

A lite version of Lenovo’s Windows 11 gaming handheld, Legion Go, is in the works, as revealed by the company. It appears that the upcoming Lenovo Legion Go Lite will be competing with ROG’s Ally X, but the difference is that while the latter will have upgraded specs, the former will likely be a cheaper model with a less powerful AMD CPU.

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The current Legion Go features an 8.8-inch screen with a 2560x1600 resolution with AMD Ryzen Z1 (Phoenix) APUs featuring up to 8 Zen4 cores and 12 RDNA3 Compute Units. According to Windows Central, Lenovo is considering using the same APU to their upcoming Lite model of the Legion Go.
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While specs are yet to be confirmed by the company, there are speculations that the Lite version will have a smaller screen and will lose its detachable gamepad. However, as none has been revealed so far, let’s stay tuned for what the final specs of the upcoming Lite model will be.
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As of the moment, the current price of the Legion Go is at $629 (PHP36,825.75) on Amazon, which is actually $70 (PHP4,098.26) lower than its original price when it launched last October. Due to this, the price of the Lite version might be lower than we think it will be.

Stay tuned for more details!