Lenovo has released yet another teaser of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Lenovo Z5. The smartphone, which is scheduled to be launch on June 14 has already been confirmed to offer more than 95% screen-to-body ratio. Today, the Chinese released yet another teaser of the smartphone, revealing the bottom side of the left. As you can clearly see, the Lenovo Z5 sports a 2.5D curved glass on top of the display and has a metal frame. However, it’s unknown whether the Z5 will sport a glass back or metal back. But most likely, it will be a glass back because most of the flagship smartphones this year arrived with glass back only. This new teaser is released by Lenovo Group VP Chang Cheng and guess what, the device doesn’t feature a notch on top.
Cheng earlier confirmed that the device would be unveiled on June 14 and the first teaser touter the phone will come with 95% screen-to-body ratio. However, it’s unknown where the selfie camera and the proximity sensor will reside on the Z5. The antenna bands are present on the left side of the phone, so the device could sport the metal body or glass body with metal a frame on the sides. The phone also houses the USB Type-C port on the bottom.
The Lenovo Group VP also revealed that they had achieved four technological breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies with the Lenovo Z5. The biggest question now is the selfie camera and proximity sensor placement. It will be interesting to see what Lenovo has got to offer with the Lenovo Z5.
Vivo also showcased the APEX smartphone at the MWC 2018 with 91% screen-to-body ratio, but sadly, it will only go to mass production in the second half of 2018. On the Vivo APEX, the company used a sliding mechanism for the selfie camera, but that doesn’t seem the case with the Lenovo Z5. Lenovo might have integrated the in-display fingerprint scanner, keeping the back panel plain.
The Lenovo Z5 is also touted to be a flagship smartphone, so expect it to offer Snapdragon 845 SoC or any other high-end MediaTek SoC.
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