Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo is all set to launch its latest offering, the Lenovo Z5 today at the China Film Director Center in Beijing. The major highlights of the smartphone include an almost bezel-less display with a 95% screen to body ratio. The smartphone is also expected to feature a vertical dual rear camera setup and a glass body to impart a premium look.
As per earlier reports, the Lenovo Z5 may arrive with an AI-based dual-camera module. It is also tipped to feature a massive 4TB of inbuilt storage space and up to 45 days of standby time, courtesy of a very high capacity battery under the hood. Chang Cheng, VP of Lenovo had earlier claimed that the phone can hold up to 2,000 HD movies, 1, 50,000 music files and more than 1 million photos.
While rumors suggest that the Lenovo Z5 will come with an edge-to-edge display screen, the latest leaked render suggests that the smartphone will have a thick bottom bezel to house the front camera and some other sensors.
Apart from these features, two camera samples of the Lenovo Z5 were also recently spotted on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo. It suggests that the camera module will have AI capabilities.
One major highlight of the phone is the very long standby time. As per reports, it will offer up to 45 days of standby time. However, it would be interesting to see how long the battery manages to power the device with voice calls, video calls, and internet browsing.
The specifications of the Lenovo Z5 are really great on paper, but it remains to be seen how the smartphone fares in the real world. Also, the company has not revealed any information about the price and the availability of the device as of now. It is likely to get clearer at the launch event scheduled for today in China.