A new generation of mobile processors will be introduced by Intel and AMD at the CES 2022 event. The blue team is preparing the 12th Gen Alder Lake-P and Alder Lake-M hybrid processors. AMD, on the other hand, will present Ryzen 6000 APUs, which will combine the Zen 3+ core architecture with the RDNA 2 graphics architecture. Lenovo has apparently worked with both brands and will launch many new laptops.
The next-gen Legion 5 laptops look pretty much the same as the Gen 6. The biggest change is the absence of a Y-shaped Legion logo on the cover. Legion 7 is not included in this leak, but it will likely come in the future.
The Legion 5 Pro series has been a popular model among gamers, especially with its 16-inch 16:10 165 Hz screen, Max-P GeForce RTX 30 graphics and price / feature ratio. The current generation offers up to RTX 3070 mobile graphics cards with TGP up to 140W. So much so that with the upcoming new RTX 30 mobile GPUs, that will change.
Lenovo’s 2022 Legion 5 series will be powered by different processors ranging from Intel Core i7-12800H and AMD’s Ryzen 7 6800H.
The non-Pro Legion 5 series is basically a version of the Pro with a 15-inch display. The current version is offered in 1920×1080 resolution with 60 Hz, 120 Hz and 144 Hz options.