Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Sci-tech | By Brandy Patterson

Lenovo Z5 will literally be an all-screen smartphone

Lenovo Z5 will literally be an all-screen smartphone

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. It appeared to be a very sleek handset with incredibly narrow bezels, but we could only see part of the phone so we assumed there would be some sort of notch somewhere.

Lenovo has not revealed too many details about the phone but the way it is teasing the Z5, its certain that the handset is going to be a high-end one.

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The post has been shared with a hashtag reading 'the new national flagship declaration on Weibo. The receiving wire band on the left edge implies that mobile will sport a metal unibody outline or have a metal edge.

According to GizmoChina, Cheng also mentioned the four technological breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies with this next-generation flagship. This was achieved by reducing the space consumed by the antenna bands, camera, and size of bezels.

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Are any of our readers willing to invest $1000 to be the first on the block with a truly bezel-less smartphone? The could managed to remove the space usually taken by the camera, earpiece or the fingerprint scanner. Stay tuned with us as we'll get you all the latest updates about the interesting Lenovo Z5 smartphone launch. We do not see an earpiece cutout or a front-facing camera. The fingerprint sensor could have easily been placed at the back but, rumours claim the smartphone will have an in-display fingerprint sensor.

There are speculations that company could launch the phone on June 14. However, it won't have any notch like many other phones launching today. If the sketch and the image are to be believed then Lenovo Z5 might easily be the best smartphone in terms of design with a screen to body ratio of up to 95%.

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Now that Cheng has confirmed the Lenovo Z5 moniker, it appears that the company doesn't have plans to market ZUK branded telephones again. Also, Lenovo had tried selling Motorola phones with ZUK UI onboard at the recent past in China.

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