Alleged Lenovo Z5 First Real Hands-On Images Leak Online

Lenovo Z5

Lenovo’s next flagship – the Z5 – is set to be unveiled tomorrow in Beijing. The handset has been rumored to no end, so we know pretty much everything about it. What we never knew, for lack of images, was what it will actually look like. Well, according to the latest leak coming from China, that might change today.

Lenovo Z5

Let’s begin with the image of the back of the phone, which is the one that’s probably more legit. In the photo we can see that the handset comes with a glass body and sports two rear cameras, along with a fingerprint scanner, thus no under-display sensor on this one.

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Lenovo Z5

If we move to the front, we’re really surprised to find a notch at the top of the display. The Lenovo Z5 has been rumored to have a Xiaomi Mi MIX-style design up until, so it wouldn’t make sense for it to sport a notch. That’s why you should really take this leak with a pinch of salt.

Lenovo Z5

At this point, we can only hope that the one in the image above is a trimmed down version of the Lenovo Z5, just like what Xiaomi did with the Mi 8 and Mi SE – less powerful, less features and smaller.

For those who haven’t been in the loop, the Z5 is the phone that’s expected to be available in a 4TB storage version, along with 45-day battery life and 30 minutes of talk time on 0% charge.

Lenovo has been really hyping up this phone in the last weeks, but this is it, tomorrow we’ll finally see the phone and decide whether it delivered its promises or it was all pointless PR. Stay tuned!

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  1. Zymo Van
    June 4, 2018

    From what we know from the official teasers so far is that the Z5 won’t have a notch. Also Lenovo CEO said something about 98% screen to body ratio which can’t be achieved with such a design. If I had to guess I would say it’s the Z5 Lite.

    • Luis Bastos
      June 4, 2018

      Oooor maybe those were just lies to make it pop out a bit more compared to other smartphones and, with that, increase it’s visibility and to have free marketing!
      I’m pretty sure this was just a marketing technique…
      They suck…

    • Loveneesh Kamble
      June 4, 2018

      I also think the same.

  2. Joe Midnight
    June 5, 2018

    HHHHAAAAA! Look at how huge that chin became. Bezel-less my ass. All they did was turn the screen upside down and now the camera is at the bottom. Another fake Chinese full screen phone. I wouldn’t give you $300 for it.

    • MumboBBC
      June 10, 2018