The Lenovo Legion 5 Series India variants with Intel Core i7 and RTX 3050Ti spotted on Lenovo's website

The Lenovo Legion 5 Series India variants with Intel Core i7 and RTX 3050Ti spotted on Lenovo's website

The Lenovo Legion 5 gaming laptop is almost ready for launch in India, according to the company's product specifications website. Lenovo's official marketing website has mentioned the gaming laptop, indicating that it will be available in India soon. Two days ago, the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro was also listed on the website. The laptop will feature an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 GPU, whereas the Legion 5 has an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 GPU. Lenovo also appears to be bringing both Core i5 and Core i7 variants of the laptops to India.

Specifications for the Lenovo Legion 5

It's unclear whether several models will be available in India since Lenovo's product certification page only lists Intel/Nvidia options, however, the Lenovo Legion 5 also comes with an AMD Ryzen 5800H CPU option in the international market. The manufacturer plans to deliver the 11th generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 versions of the laptop to India, together with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 GPU, according to this listing. The GTX 1650 GPU may be used in the Core i5 model, while the RTX 3050 GPU will be used in the Core i7 model.

The Legion 5 also sports FHD resolution and screen sizes of 15.6 inch and 17 inches. It also supports refresh rates of 144Hz. The 17-inch model isn't included in the listing, so we don't know if it'll be available in India. On the other hand, it appears to confirm that the laptop would be available in the country with both 512GB and 1TB SSD storage choices.

Specifications of the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro

The key difference between the Legion 5 and Legion 5 Pro, as previously stated, is that the Pro version uses Nvidia's RTX 3070 graphics card. Lenovo is also planning to equip the laptop with Intel Core i7 chips from the 11th generation, as well as 1TB of SSD storage.

If you're unsure whether the material on this page is reliable, keep in mind that the Lenovo Product Certification Reference page is normally not intended for the general public. It's a "marketing deliverable disclosing extensive information about the features and technical specs of Lenovo Products," according to the website's "about" section.

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