Chinese smartphone manufacturer Lenovo is gearing up for the launch of its next flagship, one which will be a complete screen device, as has been teased by company VP Chang Cheng. For capturing selfies, we could presume that Lenovo would use a swivel camera - just like the Vivo Apex, which had a screen-to-body ratio of 91 percent.
It's a hard moment for Chinese companies, they are all trying to simply pull off bezel-less smartphones following "Apple guidelines" and that includes the presence of the notch. In other words, it means that the phone will come with the kind of components and parts that we see in devices like the Galaxy S9, OnePlus 6 and Mi Mix 2S. The phone didn't show the full phone but only top half position of the phone.
Chang in his past post has said that Lenovo Z5 will offer a screen-to-body proportion of more than 95 percent. 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. Lenovo Z5 aims to do that.
Cheng addresses that the company has gained four technological inventions and 18 patented technologies through the Lenovo Z5.
What do you think about the design of the Lenovo Z5? The could managed to remove the space usually taken by the camera, earpiece or the fingerprint scanner.
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Featuring a bezel-less design means a lot as it would be interesting to see that how the speculated Lenovo Z5 will accumulate the selfie camera, earpiece, and sensors including the ambient light and proximity sensor.
As for its availability, the new Z5 is expected to launch on June 14.
After an eternity, Lenovo was back into the business with a couple of smartphone launches last month.
Another star attraction of the Z5 is likely to be the inclusion of the in-display fingerprint sensor to go with its all-display front looks.
The announcement from Chang also confirms now Lenovo is in no plans to sell Motorola phone under ZUK branding anymore.