Lenovo Z5 Pro teaser confirms camera specs, and security chip
Lenovo will launch its latest smartphone - the Z5 Pro - in China on November 1. So far, several leaks and official teasers have confirmed an all-screen design and manual sliding camera on the upcoming flagship. In the latest update, official teasers have revealed specs of the dual-rear camera setup and a dedicated mobile security chip on the Lenovo Z5 Pro. Here's more.
As per previous teasers and leaks, the Lenovo Z5 Pro will feature a notch-free all-screen design. Notably, Lenovo VP Cheng has touted a near-100% screen-to-body ratio, but it seems like a stretch considering the slim bottom bezel on the phone. Further, the Z5 Pro will have a Mi Mix 3-like sliding camera and is said to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.
According to the latest teaser, the Lenovo Z5 Pro will sport a 24MP+16MP dual-rear camera setup. The primary camera will also come with AI-powered features such an AI Super Night Mode scene and AI Video. The teaser also confirms the presence of dual-front cameras that will be housed in a manual slider. Reportedly, one of the front camera unit will be a 25MP sensor.
According to the teaser, the Lenovo Z5 Pro will come with a dedicated mobile security chip that could, like the Pixel 3's Titan M chip, offer end-to-end encryption of data. Further, the phone is rumored to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor and Lenovo may use this chip to securely store the biometric identification data locally on the device.
While much isn't known about Z5 Pro's specs, we expect the phone to pack top-end internals. As a flagship smartphone with the latest design and innovation, the Lenovo Z5 should be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Further, looking at present-day high-end smartphones, the upcoming Lenovo flagship should come with up to 8GB RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage.