Lenovo‘s VP Chang Cheng has been the major source of information regarding the company’s upcoming flagship. The device has been christened Lenovo Z5 and that name has now been confirmed by a couple of leaked camera samples shared by Mr Cheng.
The camera samples come with watermark and in this case, the watermark includes the name “Lenovo Z5” and “AI Dual Camera” with the icon of a dual camera by the side of the texts. We believe the watermark feature can be turned on and off in the camera settings. However, they show the Z5 will present with dual cameras and will also have artificial intelligence technology onboard the cameras. The camera samples seem to have been shot at dusk and dawn respectively when there isn’t so much bright light. So, the clarity of the samples is totally dependent on the dual camera’s prowess. The cameras were able to capture the natural colours of the subjects in an impressive way.
Mr Cheng recently revealed that the flagship model will come with a mammoth 4TB of storage. Apart from the massive storage space, the Lenovo Z5 is expected to come with a high screen ratio of up to 95% as well as a metal mid-frame. The back of the device will be made of glass. As of now, we don’t know what processor the Z5 will pack but the device is expected to launch in June.