Lenovo has introduced a “frameless” mid-level smartphone Z5. On this model there were a few rumors, including those concerning the use of 4 TB permanent memory. This specification in fact was not.

Novelty is equipped with a 6.2-inch display with a resolution of 2240 × 1080 pixels, aspect ratio 19:9 and a contrast ratio of 1500:1. Thanks to the framework of the minimum thickness is 90 % of the front surface of the tube.

The “heart” of the phone is OCTA-core Qualcomm Snapdragon

processor 636 with a clock frequency of 1.8 GHz and a graphics unit Adreno 509. The RAM is 6 GB. Depending on the version, the device will be equipped with a flash drive on a 64 or 128 GB. Connect a removable media microSD up to 256 GB.

Main camera with two sensors has a vertical layout. The primary sensor has a resolution of 16 MP for the analysis of scene depth is 8 MP. In the frontal camera is used 8 Megapixel. All the cameras are complemented by artificial intelligence technologies.

The model is powered by a battery capacity of 3000 mAh and running the Android operating system 8.1 interface ZUI 4.0. In this case the manufacturer has promised to provide an upgrade to Android P.

Now about the price of Lenovo Z5, and they can not but rejoice. The version with the least possible amount of memory will cost in China, of 1,300 yuan (about $200). In the maximum configuration with 128 GB of permanent memory, the smartphone will cost 1800 RMB (about $280). Sales will start on 12 June.

Source: 3Dnews.ru

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