Lenovo Z5 will literally be an all-screen smartphone

Yolanda Curtis
May 13, 2018

Lenovo patented more than 18 new ideas to build a phone without bezels, so it's easy to think that they actually applied these technologies to build a phone ready for the market. However, the handset's existence is all but confirmed as Cheng previously released its teaser and has now posted its sketch. He had previously stated that the company has managed to include a comprehensive screen on its next flagship phone by reducing the space taken by camera, bezels and antenna bands.

Lenovo gadget was prodded recently an organization's VP Chang Cheng affirmed that the gadget being referred to will have the most notable screen-to-body proportion ever.

According to the teaser, the phone appears to come packed inside a metallic frame which is the reason there are antenna bands on the sides of the device.

Things aren't all clear about the Lenovo Z5. While Lenovo isn't discussing the equipment inside the Z5, it is relatively sure that the mobile will be controlled by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, which all top of the line Android mobiles uses. It is also likely to come with at least 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, dual-camera setup and and features like fingerprint scanner. Further, Lenovo Z5 is supposed to accompany a flip-up selfie camera and in-display earpiece. 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. This phone could end the notch culture. Called the Lenovo Z5, the device appeared in a sketch on Cheng's Weibo account (via PhoneArena) earlier today. The release date of the said phone will be this coming month, specifically on June 14. It is speculated that the Lenovo Z5 will be arriving to challenge Xiaomi that has launched comprehensive screen enabled smartphones like Mi MIX, Mi MIX 2 and Mi MIX 2S.

The announcement from Chang also confirms now Lenovo is in no plans to sell Motorola phone under ZUK branding anymore.

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