Chang Cheng, the Vice President of Lenovo has been testing out their new upcoming device for some time now, the Lenovo S5. Lenovo has officially confirmed that this device will be launched at an event in China on March 20th. This all-new device from Lenovo is a mid-range budget device which comes with a massive battery of 6000mAh (as revealed by himself).
Today on a post over Weibo, Cheng has claimed that the Lenovo S5 will be performing much better than the Redmi Note 5 Pro in terms of the performance.
On 15th of March, the CEO of Xiaomi Lei Jun has posted a teaser of the Redmi Note 5 Pro in China. Quoting back to the same Weibo post, we can see the performance delivered by Xiaomi with its powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor and 6GB of RAM.
But Cheng quoted the post by Lei Jun and claims that the Lenovo S5 is going to perform way better than Xiaomi. We planned to make a comparison between both the devices, but unfortunately, there are no official specifications of the Lenovo S5.
Take a look at the exchange between the two:
Now according to the listing over TENAA, the Lenovo S5 has been powered by an octa-core processor which is cloaked at 2 GHz. According to the recent teaser from Lenovo, we can make out that the device is power packed with a massive 6,000 mAh battery, whereas the Xiaomi Note 5 Pro is offering a 4,000 mAh of battery.
Also, Lenovo has let out a teaser for the phone officially, take a look:
Digging in into the other specifications, the Lenovo S5 sports a 5.65-inch Full HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio. This device will be available in two different variants, the 3GB/32GB variant, and a 4GB/64GB variant. Though the device comes with greater battery life, Lenovo has always been criticized for their UI. But this time around, we’re hearing rumors that Lenovo is bringing back their ZUI interface that died with the Zuk brand back then.