Last week, Lenovo despatched out a press invite for an event in Bejing wherein it might be introducing its contemporary Android cellphone — the Z5. The Z5 become being promoted as a sincerely all-display cellphone, with teaser pics from Lenovo showing a system with a front that changed into all display and not using a bezels in sight.
Lenovo just announced the Z5, and sure enough, the phone has both a notch at the top of its screen and a chin at the bottom.
The Z5 has a 6.2-inch 19:9 1080p display with bezels that Lenovo claims are thinner than the Xiaomi Mi 8 and iPhone X, and a notch this is narrower than the ones two phones. But it nevertheless has a notch, like almost every different Android cellphone this year. Lenovo claims a display screen-to-body ratio of 90 percent.
See for yourself how the Z5’s reality doesn’t approach what Lenovo teased ahead of its unveiling. The promotional render is on the left, the final product is on the right:
Lenovo Z5 specs
The Z5 phone’s features, according to Lenovo:
Display: 6.2 inches, 2,264×1,080 pixels, 19:9 aspect ratio
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, eight cores
Storage: 64GB or 128GB
Rear dual camera: 16 + 8 megapixels, aperture f/2.0, 4K videos
Front camera: 8 megapixels with AI
Colors: Blue, black and aurora (similar to Twilight of the Huawei P20 Pro($999.99 at Amazon.com))
Operating system: Android 8.1 Oreo, ZUI 4.0 interface
The handset comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage and the handset comes with excessive cease cameras at the front and back. There may be also a model with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
There’s also dual 16-megapixel cameras, fast charging and 3 smooth metallic finishes. If all of it sounds a little unremarkable, the best information is that it’s at the least reasonably-priced, with prices starting at kind of $200 (1,299 yuan) for a 64GB model whilst it launches on June 12th.