Lenovo Z5 to launch June 5 with huge screen display


Lenovo could undertake other huge tech network in covering to market a smartphone with over 95% screen to body ratio -- and no notch -- as soon as June 5 with the Z5.

That needle few huge questions according its design, like where the company will stick the front camera on the all-screen phone.



Less edge, huge screen, quicker performance, excellent camera setups, and so on: business smartphone manufacturers are ascend over one another to be the first to offer the latest technological latest, Lenovo included.

The Chinese smart manufacturer, who may be better known for its laptops than its mobile handset, appears to be gunning for the title of truly full-screen smartphone according to teasers from Lenovo's VP Chang Cheng over the past few weeks.

GSM Arena has converted Cheng's Weibo post as saying: “it is simpler to create a stunning screen than to try and hide a secret in one corner of the panel." The site also noted that some users of the Chinese social networks would be able to earn invitations for the June Z5 launch.

Other latest news from Cheng's Weibo account have teased a full-screen Z5, first it was the top niche, then a full body sketch, followed by the bottom corner, each image boasting the chin-less, bezel-less, notch-less screen.

But industry watchers seem surprised that the brand displays to have a lead on bringing such a design to market.

News of Vivo launching its concept phone ‘Apex', a bezel-less competitor, on June 12, may have spurred Lenovo to beat them to punch.

Cheng revealed the launch poster on Weibo, picked up by Playful droid, confirming the date as June 5, at 2PM (presumably GMT+8) in Beijing.

As for the other specification or feature, Cheng's teasers highlights that the Lenovo Z5 will available with a humongous internal storage of 4TB, shaming much of the smartphone industry with their 256GB or less options.
In a lot of ways, the Z5 sounds too good to be true. Cheng has said the phone will bring with it four technological breakthroughs. This all coming from a company that isn’t known for innovating in the smartphone space. The good news is that we won’t have to wait much longer to see if the Z5 is the real deal.



Playfuldroid also notes “it is speculated that the Z5 will be driven by Snapdragon 845." The site outlines that "Cheng has exactly claimed that the next segment is packed with 4 technological breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies.”

Comparably, Apple's £999 iPhone X has a screen-to-body ratio of 82.9 percent. That's the series at the top of the handset, which in the case of the iPhone X, houses its TrueDepth a breeze and smart sensors that enable face unlock.

And now there's just over a week till Lenovo takes the coat off the final product.

It could tweak or tips from Chinese rivals Xiaomi and Vivo and either run it into the bottom of the handset (like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and Mi Mix 2) or go with a pop-up snapper like the one on the Vivo Apex concept phone.


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