Lenovo recently confirmed to launch the flagship Lenovo Z6 Pro smartphone on April 23rd in China. Today, the company posted a new teaser image which reveals the quad camera setup on the rear of the device. All the images posted until now only showed a single rear camera along with LED flash and laser autofocus. Apart from the completely refreshed design, the laser autofocus is also missing from this new teaser. However, Lenovo has done it before by teasing something and launching a completely different device.
Talking about the device, it will come equipped with quad camera setup featuring a 48MP primary camera. We expect this to be the Sony IMX586 sensor which is also used on several other Chinese flagship devices. Last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy A9 as the world’s first quad camera smartphone. The recently launched Huawei P3 Pro also offered quad camera setup and even topped in the DxOMark rating. Even with the quad rear cameras, we don’t think the Lenovo Z6 Pro will be able to compete with the Huawei P30 Pro.
On the rear of the device, we also spot the Hyper Video branding. As of now, no one knows what Hyper Video means. The earlier teaser hinted the device to be able to capture 100MP images. The Lenovo Z6 Pro will be coming with a curved glass back body and a metal frame. On the right edge, we can spot the volume rocker and red accent power button. The company already revealed the device to come powered by the 7nmn Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform coupled with the Kryo 485 CPU and Adreno 640 GPU.
There will also be a 5G variant of Lenovo Z6 Pro which features the Snapdragon X50 5G modem. With all these specifications, the device will be backed by a 4,000mAh battery and supports fast charging using the USB Type-C port. Chang Cheng, VP & head of Lenovo’s mobile business group, just shared the Antutu score of an unknown device. We can guess it to be Snapdragon 855-powered Lenovo Z6 Pro since it has scored over 400,000. It will be running on the latest Android 9.0 Pie based ZUI out of the box. We don’t think the company will be launching the Lenovo Z6 Pro outside of China. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more updates!