Lenovo Z5 Is Coming a Week Earlier Than Expected

The Lenovo Z5 has been making rounds on the web since the start of this month and so far, Lenovo’s Vice President Chang Cheng has revealed various key details about the device. Today, the same person has posted on Weibo that the device will be launched officially in China on June 5, instead of the earlier rumoured launch date June 14. Also, the new poster released today gives us a hint about the return of Lenovo’ sub-brand ZUK, whose last smartphone was released back in 2016. The teaser highlights all the ZUK smartphones released till date, followed by the upcoming handset Lenovo Z5. That being said, the Lenovo Z5 could be part of ZUK’s lineup of devices, but Lenovo might brand it as just Lenovo Z5 and not Lenovo ZUK Z5.


Lenovo Z5 Expected Features and Specifications
Chang Cheng already teased the smartphone will boast over 95% screen-to-body ratio with no bezels on the top and bottom. What’s more surprising is that the teaser did not show any notch or chin at the top and bottom. And we’re excited to see the selfie camera and sensors placements on the device.

Furthermore, the Lenovo Z5 is being touted as a flagship smartphone, of course, ZUK was a brand known for high-end devices. So as an educated guess, the Z5 could ship with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset with up to 8GB of RAM. Lenovo is also teasing the device to have 4TB of internal storage, which is a first for any smartphone.


In line with other smartphones releasing in 2018, the Lenovo Z5 is also teased to come with dual rear cameras, and they’re being touted as AI Dual cameras. A couple of camera sample images were released too, showcasing the device’s camera prowess. It’s interesting to see what skin the Lenovo Z5 runs and the battery capacity. Lenovo states that the Z5 will have four technology breakthroughs in a smartphone. The launch is set for June 4, and we’re already excited to check out what Lenovo has in its store.

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After the way it has handled Motorola, I have no trust on Lenovo

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I hope this phone lives upto the hype that their VP is creating…

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