We’ve recently come to know that Samsung is not the only OEM that’s digging holes in their displays, Huawei is very close off its heels. Samsung first showed off its Infinity-O panels at a conference in San Francisco last month, and since then other OEMs have also come out of the closet with the same design. The latest is Lenovo. The company recently certified a triple camera device at TENAA now called the Lenovo Z5s. According to a blogger from Weibo, the same handset will have an in-screen camera design.
The blogger shared a post of the alleged Lenovo Z5s handset revealing its front today. There’s no way to say if the handset is the Lenovo Z5s itself but a recent teaser of the same device leaves no doubts regarding the same. The only thing different between Lenovo and Huawei’s implementation is the positioning of the camera lens. Lenovo goes for a more symmetrical look while Huawei moves the sensor to a top left position to make it less distracting and noticeable.
As far as other specifications are concerned, the Lenovo Z5s dimensions are phone: 156.7 × 74.5 × 7.8mm as revealed by MIIT. The handset is expected to have a 6.3-inch display and a 3120mAh battery running ZUI based on Android. The triple camera is also pretty obvious but detailed specifications of the individual sensors are not known yet. The handset with model number Lenovo L78071 is also believed to be the very first handsets that will boast a Snapdragon 8150 SoC on board. However, this is more of speculation rather than official info. The handset is thought to be launching next month, possibly on 4 December which is when the next Qualcomm flagship mobile CPU will also debut at an event in Hawaii.