Lenovo Z5 Pro released with SD855, slide screen design & 12GB+512GB option

Chinese manufacturing giant, Lenovo, had a huge surprise for us at the official launch event of the Lenovo Lenovo Z5s. Previous speculations suggested that the company will release a 12GB+128GB version of the Lenovo Z5s which will be called the Ferarri Edition. This didn’t happen, at least, not at this conference but the company had something bigger – the Lenovo Z5 Pro which is powered with the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC.

According to the company, the Lenovo Z5 Pro SD855 version is the world’s first 12GB LPDDR4x 4266Mpbs device and it has the highest optional 512GB storage. Lenovo officials said that this device runs on ZUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie and supports 4D U-Touch gestures, smooth and non-card end 5.0. On AnTuTu, the running score of the Lenovo Z5 Pro is 368,480 points which outrun the best-performing iPhone XS with 355596 points.

In addition, the Lenovo Z5 Pro SD855 version uses a slide-screen, 6.39-inch AMOLED display, supports HDR10 display, and has a 95.06% screen ratio which is the highest ever. This device also supports the fifth generation of photoelectric on-screen fingerprints as well as the zero-light face unlocking. The lights of this smartphone are kept on by a 3350, mAh battery. In terms of photography, Lenovo Z5 Pro SD855 version is equipped with Sony dual rear camera Which includes a 16MP Sony IMX519 sensor + 24MP Sony IMX576 sensor which supports backlight AI, night AI, and video AI. For selfies, this smartphone also has a dual camera configuration – 16MP+8MP AI assisted cameras.

Appointment for the Lenovo Z5 Pro SD855 version will commence from January 15, 2019, and its first official sales will take place on January 24. As for the prices and options, the Lenovo Z5 Pro SD855 version has four options as listed below

  • 6GB+128GB – 2698 yuan ($391)
  • 8GB+128GB – 2998 yuan ($435)
  • 8GB+256GB – 3398 yuan ($493)
  • 12GB+512GB – 4398 yuan ($638)
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