Today, Lenovo held a Z6 Pro conference in Beijing headquarters. At the conference, Liu Jun, the executive vice president of Lenovo Group in China, briefly reviewed the achievements of Lenovo Group last year. He also said that after the acquisition of Motorola, Lenovo’s smartphone business finally achieved breakeven and no longer lost money.
Lenovo Group went upstream in 2018. Lenovo PC business returned to the world’s first and the market share reached a record high. About 4 out of 10 computers sold worldwide are Lenovo computers. As for the smartphones, the company has already managed to launch a number of amazing devices that are capable of struggling against the top brands. Today’s protagonist is no exception.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro is the company’s second Snapdragon 855 phone. As you remember, the first mode is the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT 855 version.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro is equipped with a 6.39-inch Samsung AMOLED water-drop screen. The frame adopts the nano-level suspended painting process.
Under the hood, it sports the Snapdragon 855 mobile processor, which scores about 400,000 points at AnTuTu. In addition, the machine supports full DC dimming.
On the back, this handset sports a quad-camera module. The four camera lenses are arranged in a vertical arrangement with red lines. The Lenovo Z6 Pro uses HYPER VIDEO technology, which brings super AI video shooting as well as super night scene + super macro + super wide angle + super body + front/rear double scene video (this is HYPER VIDEO).
In terms of battery life, the Lenovo Z6 Pro comes with a built-in 4000mAh battery and supports PC-level liquid cooling. In other aspects, the machine supports Dolby panoramic sound, the sixth-generation screen photoelectric fingerprint recognition, etc.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro 6+128GB version costs 2899 yuan ($431); the 8+128GB version is at 2999 yuan ($446); the 8+256GB version comes at 3799 yuan ($565); and the Z6 Pro 12+512GB version is available at 4999 yuan ($743).