Lenovo Z5 To Launch With A Gradient All-Glass Design

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Lenovo Z5 To Launch With A Gradient All-Glass Design

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While the month of May has been exciting for smartphone enthusiasts, June isn’t looking too grim either. Lenovo is set to launch the Lenovo Z5, a highly anticipated flagship device from the company. Interestingly, we have not seen any sort of leaks pertaining to the Lenovo Z5 which is surprising for a modern-day smartphone. So far, Lenovo has taken the onus upon itself and hinted at a lot of interesting features of the device. In a new post on Weibo, the company gives us a glimpse of what the overall design of the smartphone will be.

Chen Chang, Vice President of Lenovo has been extremely expressive on his Weibo account and posted another photo of the Z5. This time, however, the attention is not on the front, but, on the back of the upcoming smartphone. The Lenovo Z5, according to the official render, will sport an all-glass design with an aluminium frame.

Another interesting feature of the smartphone will be its colour variants. The image shows a gradient colour variant which reminds us of the Twilight colour on the Huawei P20 Pro. The colours change depending on how the light reflects on the glass back which will help the device stand out from the sea of black and gold coloured smartphones.

The Lenovo Z5 has been teased to have a lot of features that can make it one of the best smartphones of 2018. According to a post on Weibo, the Lenovo Z5 will offer 30 minutes of talk time at 0% battery. This might seem like a claim too tall to be true, it is an official teaser and the company wouldn’t backtrack from the claims of its Vice President.

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The company has already teased that the Lenovo Z5 could be the first smartphone to offer a 95% screen-to-body ratio. For context, the iPhone X as an 81.1% screen-to-body ratio. In another post, Chang claims that the Lenovo Z5 will have a massive 4TB onboard storage. It has also been confirmed that the Lenovo Z5 won’t have a notch which already means the device will have a different design compared to other flagship smartphones.

The launch is set for June 5th in China and it’ll be surprising if Lenovo doesn’t make the Z5 globally available. Considering the device could be a world-first in many aspects, we expect the company to showcase the device on a global stage.

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