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Lonovo's upcoming flagship Z5 smartphone will be all display and no bezel

13 May 2018, 06:29 | Jodi Jackson

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Lenovo VP Chang Cheng has teased a smartphone featuring an nearly entirely bezel-less (full-screen) display. For capturing selfies, we could presume that Lenovo would use a swivel camera - just like the Vivo Apex, which had a screen-to-body ratio of 91 percent. More than being a cool aesthetically device, the new phone could represent a valuable turning point to futuristic smartphones.

Early this week, a report provided a tip that the Chinese-based tech company Lenovo might be working on their next upcoming flagship smartphone to be dubbed as the Lenovo Z5.

Phones come and phones go but we'll only remember the ones that proved to be the game changers in technology, won't we?

Among the other bits and pieces of the new Z5 that is evident from the teaser pic released recently on Weibo include a USB Type-C port along the bottom. The receiving wire band on the left edge implies that mobile will sport a metal unibody outline or have a metal edge.

Chang in his past post has said that Lenovo Z5 will offer a screen-to-body proportion of more than 95 percent.

The way Lenovo seems to have positioned the Z5, it is clear that this is going to be a high-end phone. The organization asserts that it has accomplished four innovative leaps forward and 18 protected advancements through Lenovo Z5. Lenovo Z5 aims to do that. It is also likely to come with at least 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, dual-camera setup and and features like fingerprint scanner. However, it's unknown where the selfie camera and the proximity sensor will reside on the Z5. And to everyone' surprise, the Lenovo Z5 has a full-screen display with no bezels on the front, and yes, there's no notch as well.

The announcement from Chang also confirms now Lenovo is in no plans to sell Motorola phone under ZUK branding anymore. The smartphone, which is believed to be launched on June 14, is is now confirmed to be called the Lenovo Z5.

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