Chinese smartphone manufacturer Lenovo is gearing up for the launch of its next flagship, one which will be a complete screen device, as has been teased by company VP Chang Cheng. He had claimed that it would be arriving as the highest screen-to-body ratio smartphone ever. However, the handset's existence is all but confirmed as Cheng previously released its teaser and has now posted its sketch. The phone didn't show the full phone but only top half position of the phone. According to the rumors, the phone will feature 95% screen-to-body ratio.
According to Cheng, Lenovo has made four major technological breakthroughs and patented as many as 18 technologies to come up with the Lenovo Z5.
Among the other bits and pieces of the new Z5 that is evident from the teaser pic released recently on Weibo include a USB Type-C port along the bottom. The antenna band on the left edge hints that phone will sport a metal unibody design or have a metal frame.
The way Lenovo seems to have positioned the Z5, it is clear that this is going to be a high-end phone. It is also likely to come with at least 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, dual-camera setup and and features like fingerprint scanner.
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Several assumes that the Lenovo is rebuilding its own brand with the upcoming Z5.
Although the phone has been declared official in China, the company is yet to initiate the device accessible in the market.
Lenovo Z5 is the new plan from Lenovo to announce a true bezel-less smartphone that will simply know down the competition. Even with the notches trending, we haven't seen any enhancement in screens of these display and to trigger this spark, enters Lenovo. The other-related rumours are that Z5 could come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, a technology that Vivo has already used but Samsung is still struggling with.
Lenovo is Primarily known for its laptops, Lenovo also owns the iconic Motorola brand.