Lenovo has been doing their best to hype their new phone Z5 over the last few weeks. They are posting sketches and renders which hint towards a truly-all screen design free from the bezels and notches. And as the Z5 got unveiled in Beijing just a couple of hours- there’s some bad news. Lenovo’s All-Screen Z5 Has Some Problems. Check them out below:
There’s a notch:
You read it right, despite all the hype and the promotion, there is a notch. In fact, there’s also a chin at the bottom. The Z5 comes with a 6.2-inch 19:9 1080p screen and bezels that Lenovo is claiming to be thinner than the Xiaomi Mi 8 and iPhone X. There’s also a notch that is narrower than these two phones. Even then, it still is a notch. Lenovo puts claim to the fact that the screen-to-body ratio is 90 percent.
You can see for yourself that the Z5’s reality doesn’t approach what Lenovo teased ahead of the unveiling.
On the other hand, the phone contains an unspecified eight-core Qualcomm processor alongside the 16-megapixel dual cameras. The battery is 3,300mAh and you can fast-charge it at 18W.
But, on the bright side, the Z5 comes in pretty cheap at 1,255 yuan(~$200). The model comes with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Or you can also buy the one that costs 1,799 yuan(~$280) for 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It will be on sale from 12th June in China.
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