Lenovo Z5 pro launch date officially confirmed for November 1

Lenovo Z5 Pro

Months after it announced the Lenovo Z5 which failed to deliver on its promise of cutting-edge features, Lenovo at its tech world event back in September showcased the next iteration of the Z series of Lenovo phone – the Lenovo Z5 Pro. It was just a brief teaser, and the device has since appeared in a number of teasers revealing a device which totally lacks the front bezels and a display notch for that matter.

Although the firm a while ago already announced the Lenovo S5 pro featuring dual front and rear cameras, it appears the firm is all now set out for the release of the Lenovo Z5 Pro which we hope wouldn’t turn out to be another disappointing device.

While the month of October already witness so much influx of new smartphones, Lenovo has decided to settle for a date in November for the release of the Z5 proLenovo Group Vice President Chang Cheng has released a Weibo image teasing the release of the Lenovo Z5 pro for November 1. The official launch teaser has a sketch of the device with a sliding screen design, no notch, no bezels, what appears to be a dual front-facing camera, and Lenovo mobile new slogan.

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Similar to the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 which will be unveiled in a few hours, and the Honor magic 2, the Lenovo Z5 biggest selling point could be its slider camera mechanism, a near 100% screen to body ratio and of course the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor. The device is expected to come with flagship grade internal, and for that reason, we expect the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC with at least 4GB RAM.

Not much has been revealed about the rest of the specifications, but we expect some more teasers in the days leading to November 1.

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  1. OrangeSeahorse
    October 25, 2018

    What’s near 100% screen ratio? If it isn’t, its less percentage. The marketing and photo shopping is garbage.

  2. Jez Humberston
    October 25, 2018

    It’s going to go up against the Mi Mix 3S, plus it will need to have enough quality features to go up against the other great flagships from Huawei and Samsung, and the upcoming new flagships from Oppo and Oneplus. It will all come down to price vs features, and sadly Lenovo never seem to get that right.