Lenovo Z5 Pro Retail Package Images Surfaces Online Before the Announcement

Lenovo Z5 Pro will be announced officially after a few hours from now I.e, on 1st of November and is expected to be coming with a sliding mechanism for the selfie shooter. The same has been confirmed now from the leaks of the retail packaging of the device. The handset is expected to come with 2.5D curved glass on the front as well as on the back and high body-to screen ratio. The official launch is going to happen in China and this flagship device will be coming with ZUI 5.0 or something. We should be knowing all the details about the device at the launch event soon.

Earlier: Lenovo recently introduced its Z5 and S5 Pro smartphones in China and now it is getting geared up to showcase its Z5 Pro smartphone. Chang Cheng – who is the CEO of the company has announced that the phone will be introduced on 1st of November and also has posted a teaser of the same that reveals the slide-out camera design which looks like the Oppo F7 and also small bezels which will be offering high screen to body ratio. Moreover, the slider has an earpiece with the front cameras on both sides.

The CEO also confirmed that the Lenovo Z5 Pro will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor which will make the handset the first from the company. We do not have any specifications of this handset yet and are expected to be leaked soon when the device will be certified by TENNA. As per the earlier leaks, the Lenovo Z5 Pro is expected to sport dual cameras and might also come with features like Face ID.

The recently launched Lenovo Z5 came with a 16MP main sensor on the rear along with an 8MP secondary camera and also had an 8MP front-facing camera for selfies. It came with 6.2-inch Full HD+ display and was powered with 1.8GHz Snapdragon 836 processor along with 6GB of RAM. On the back, there is also a 3300mAh battery with fast-charging technology. We might expect similar specs sheet with the upcoming device also but we need to wait a few more days to know more about it when it goes official in China next week.

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