Lenovo Z5 Teaser Shows Metal Frame, Glass Body And Dual Rear Camera Setup

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Lenovo is gearing up to launch its new flagship smartphone Lenovo Z5 at a launch event tomorrow. Now, the company’s executive has posted a teaser image of the smartphone on Chinese microblogging platform Weibo.

The teaser images reveal that the phone will come with a metallic frame and will have glass on the front as well as the back panel. Further, it seems that the phone will feature a dual camera setup with sensor stacked vertically and placed in the corner.

Lenovo Z5 Teaser

Earlier, a leaked image of the phone’s back panel revealed that the Lenovo Z5 will come with a curved gradient glass back and will also have an Aurora hue as one of its variants similar to what we saw on the Huawei P20 series.

There’s a lot of hype related to this upcoming smartphone, both in terms of design as well as hardware specifications. The launch invitation that Lenovo sent out also suggests that the device will come with several cool and hot features.

Recently, Chang Cheng, the VP of Lenovo Group, teased a smartphone with a bezel-less display that is expected to offer highest screen-to-body ratio ever. The recently leaked renders of the Lenovo Z5 shows that the phone features ultra-thin bezels on the sides and top. On the bottom bezel, there’s a slightly thicker chin.

Lenovo Z5 New Render

The Lenovo Z5 is reportedly arriving with nearly 95 percent screen space. There is a possibility that the handset may feature an under-display fingerprint scanner. Some are speculating that it may feature a pop-up front-facing camera like the Vivo APEX phone. It is also expected to be powered by Snapdragon 845 processor.

Chang Cheng had previously teased that the upcoming Lenovo Z5 will offer a mammoth storage space of 4 TB. The phone is expected to come equipped with AI-powered dual rear cameras. The camera samples of the phone have revealed that it can capture stunning portrait shots.

As of the battery, Cheng has teased that the Z5 can offer a standby time of 45 days and even when the battery percentage goes down to zero percent, it will still have enough juice to last for 30 minutes.

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To know for sure what the company offers in the Lenovo Z5, along with its pricing and availability information, we’ll have to wait till the official launch tomorrow, i.e. June 5.