516 Lenovo wants to go big again. After some time without launching a high-end device outside of Motorola, now they…
Lenovo wants to go big again. After some time without launching a high-end device outside of Motorola, now they want to be able to boast of having the smartphone with the smallest frames on the market. The name of this innovative smartphone would be Lenovo Z5 and my partner Miguel I already told you a little about it the other day.
Now we have a little more information about the Lenovo Z5, and it is not because any certifying body or any filter user has given us any of its specifications, but because we have finally been able to see an image (not a sketch) of it, although only of a part of the device.
Lenovo vice president, Chang Cheng, was the one who put us on the track of this smartphone with a sketch, and now it seems that the smartphone is a little closer thanks to a new teaser also shown by Chang that shows approximately half of the same.
This teaser, shown in the popular Chinese social network Weibo , it shows us a metallic bevel reduced to the minimum expression, and if what is seen in the first sketch is fulfilled, it does not seem that the notch go to make an appearance. Being such a dark image, it is difficult to know if we are facing the top or bottom of the smartphone, but with a to screen ratio announced from 95% , it does not seem that there will be place to another phone with the lines of the iPhone X, something that is to be grateful.
According to the vice president of Lenovo, the company has made use of a total of 18 patented technologies and up to 4 new advances to get to design a chassis and a screen of these characteristics, and if the Lenovo Z5 finally comes to light, it is clear that it will beat the Guinness record in terms of screen / chassis ratio.
To get an idea, the I live APEX with hidden camera and fingerprint sensor under the screen, (like the one that the Galaxy S10 ) offers a ratio of 91% frontal , so Lenovo will have to work very hard to scrape that extra 4% and reduce the lower frame to the minimum expression.
Other data that we can intuit about the Lenovo Z5 is its metallic design , something that does not fit with the philosophy of a premium device, but which is deduced from the bands observed in the first sketch and that would prevent it from having wireless charge (unless later changed).
Regarding the hardware section, and although nothing has been leaked, Cheng himself told us that the Lenovo Z5 would have a processor Snapdragon 845 Qualcomm, so there will be or crystal, but we will be facing a very powerful smartphone.
The Lenovo Z5 will be presented on June 14 in China, but we are sure that we will have new information about it much sooner. Now all that remains is to ask if the Vivo APEX will reach the market sooner or if Lenovo will take away all the limelight. We will have to be attentive.