Lenovo is all set to launch its latest flagship device, the Lenovo Z5, on June 5 in China. Now, just ahead of official launch, new render and teaser of the upcoming smartphone have emerged online, revealing some interesting information.
The leaked renders and teasers were spotted on Chinese site Weibo. Starting with the render first, it shows the device’s front panel. Judging by the render, it is certain that the upcoming smartphone will feature a fullscreen display with over 95 per cent screen-to-body ratio. Interestingly, just like Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, the phone from Lenovo will feature a front-facing camera at the chin.
However, the brand has placed the sensor at the centre of the bottom panel. Further, there is no earpiece, which could mean that the company could have opted piezoelectric acoustic system, similar to what we have seen in the first generation of Xiaomi Mi MIX.
Apart from that, the company has released few teasers of the upcoming smartphone that hints a metallic frame along with glass body at the back panel. The glass panel could also mean that the phone might support wireless charging.
Lenovo Z5 will arrive as a mid-to-high range device, Lenovo will still be powering it up with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset with 6GB of RAM. There will be dual cameras at the back of the phone which will be enabled with AI, of which we shared some camera samples as well as Portrait Mode shots.
Lenovo VP had also hinted that the device will come with a humongous battery that will offer as much as 45 days of standby time and 30 minutes on call at zero percent charge. If all of this wasn’t too much to hope for, the Lenovo VP also teased that the device will equip 4TB of storage.