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Lenovo Z5 Confirmed to Offer More Than 95% Screen-to-Body Ratio

13 May 2018

Earlier, he shared a concept sketch of the device and poll asking followers to guess the screen-to-body ratio. More than being a cool aesthetically device, the new phone could represent a valuable turning point to futuristic smartphones.

It's a hard moment for Chinese companies, they are all trying to simply pull off bezel-less smartphones following "Apple guidelines" and that includes the presence of the notch. He had previously stated that the company has managed to include a comprehensive screen on its next flagship phone by reducing the space taken by camera, bezels and antenna bands.

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Now he posted the sketch design of the phone that shows a phone with screen-to-body ratio as close to 100%. However, the sketch does confirm the name to be Lenovo Z5.

According to the teaser, the phone appears to come packed inside a metallic frame which is the reason there are antenna bands on the sides of the device. A USB-C port might be offered on the bottom bezel.

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The way Lenovo seems to have positioned the Z5, it is clear that this is going to be a high-end phone.

The Lenovo Group VP also revealed that they had achieved four technological breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies with the Lenovo Z5. It is also likely to come with at least 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, dual-camera setup and and features like fingerprint scanner. The Z5 will be launched to go up against any semblance of Xiaomi's Mi Mix 2S, Mi Mix and different mobiles with a far-reaching display. The other-related rumors are that Z5 could accompany an in-display unique finger impression sensor, an innovation that Vivo has effectively used yet Samsung is as yet battling with. Since the launch of iPhone X and the companies that followed it, notches have gotten mixed reviews. Even with the notches trending, we haven't seen any enhancement in screens of these display and to trigger this spark, enters Lenovo.

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Lenovo Z5 Confirmed to Offer More Than 95% Screen-to-Body Ratio