Lenovo Legion 2 gaming telephone to brandish four ultrasonic triggers
The shoulder keys are intended to imitate the activities of a game regulator’s keys.
Lenovo’s new Legion 2 gaming cell phone, expected to be revealed Thursday, will highlight four ultrasonic shoulder keys intended to transform the handset into a game reassure like regulator.
The keys, or triggers, situated at the telephone’s bezel-less edges, are intended to repeat a game regulator’s L1, L2, R1 and R2 keys, identifying exact finger area and developments, including light and hard taps, slides and swipes.
“With these signals, in-game moves like pointing, shooting, opening abilities, gear moving and different controls are on the whole consistently acknowledged,” Sentons, which banded together with Lenovo to make the experience, said in an articulation. The San Jose, California, startup spends significant time in ultrasonics that work like sonar to enroll contact and pressing factor anyplace on a contraption’s surface.
Sentons said the keys’ positions match the characteristic situation of clients’ hands when the cell phone is held on a level plane.
The shoulder keys can likewise be utilized to enlarge activity of the handset’s camera, adding a virtual screen discharge button that Sentons says works actually like a genuine camera, with a light push on the correct side setting the center, and a hard press snapping the photo.