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Lenovo S5 Leaked in New Renders, Shows Off it’s OnePlus 5T Resemblance!



Lenovo S5 teaser

We’ve been hearing a lot about Lenovo S5 recently, thanks to the teases and remarks from Lenovo’s Head himself on Weibo. Also, the launch of the phone is around the corner and is scheduled to launch on March 20th, just after it’s competitor Redmi Note 5’s launch on March 16th.

Now, we have a slight idea of how the phone looks from the previous teasers. Now, we get a complete look at how the phone will look with this new renders leak of Lenovo S5, take a look at the leaked renders of Lenovo S5:

One thing that comes into our mind after seeing these images are just how similar the phone looks to the OnePlus 5T, both from front and back (albeit the curved corners of the display on Lenovo S5). Even the colours match the OnePlus 5T. Just take a look at the OnePlus 5T lava red edition and you’ll know what I’s talking about.

OnePlus 5T

This is not Lenovo S5, this is OnePlus 5T ??‍♂️

Enough of the rant, let’s talk about the phone.

Lenovo head teased last day that the phone will be more powerful than that of Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5, which is a bold statement, since Redmi Note 5 (India’s Redmi Note 5 Pro) comes with a Snapdragon 636 SoC, which is a beast when it comes to performance. From the previous listing of the phone at TENAA, it was given that it is powered by an octa-core 2Ghz SoC. Which can mean that it can be powered by a Mediatek P40 chipset, which is the latest range of SoCs from Mediatek. And also, it might offer better performance than Snapdragon 636, at least on paper.

Now, it was also revealed earlier that the phone will come with a massive 6000mAh battery. Coming to the display part, the phone will sport a 5.65 inch Full HD+ display. Lenovo also teased earlier that the phone will be coming with their resurrected ZUI skin, which Lenovo discontinued earlier.

The camera setup in the Lenovo S5 is said to be a 13+16MP one, we’re not sure if the secondary camera is a telephoto lens, but the higher MP count suggests that it isn’t just a depth sensor.

NOTE: The source came with this too obstructive watermarks, these are the only images available as of now.


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