Lenovo Z5 smartphone sketch Revealed in New Teaser; No notch, no bezels
The Lenovo Z5 is coming. Lenovo Group VP Chang Cheng had recently teased that the company will be launching a premium flagship phone in June. Now he is wrapping the week with more information about the phone – it will be called Lenovo Z5 and from what it looks like it might have a screen-to-body ratio as close to 100% as we have seen so far. The Lenovo Z5 concept sketch shows just how excited we should be about it.
This is no source-less leak either, it was shared by Lenovo’s mobile group product manager Chang Cheng on the Weibo social network, so we can be assured it’s not only genuine but also representative of what the Z5 will really be like.
Lenovo Group VP Chang Cheng on Weibo that the Z5 would come with four new technologies that should effectively lead to removing the bezels from all sides, including space usually taken by the camera, the earpiece or the fingerprint scanner.
The biggest detail Cheng confirmed about the Lenovo Z5 is its absolutely brilliant design that is said to have more than 95 percent screen-to-body ratio.
It is speculated that the Lenovo Z5 will be arriving to challenge Xiaomi that has launched comprehensive screen enabled smartphones like Mi MIX, Mi MIX 2 and Mi MIX 2S.
The sketch also shows antenna bands on the left edge, suggesting a metallic unibody, and a USB Type-C port at the bottom. Other details about the phone, including its specifications, remain unknown.
This smartphone from the company might feature an under-display fingerprint sensor, flip-up selfie camera and in-screen earpiece. However, there is no confirmation regarding these features.
Lenovo recently launched S5 mid-range smartphone, K5 and K5 Lite, but the Lenovo Z5 smartphone will set a new benchmark in the premium smartphone category where giants like Apple, Samsung, Huawei and others are focusing a lot on the design front.