Lenovo will be unveiling its Lenovo Z6 Pro smartphone this month. The information was just a rumour until the company’s VP Chang Cheng confirmed it via a Weibo post. The phone is being teased for a while now with the recent Weibo post by Cheng indicating that it will be capable of producing 100 megapixel images.
Lenovo Z6 Pro will be powered by a Snapdragon 855 and will be a successor to the Lenovo Z5 Pro which houses a Snapdragon 710 SoC. The fans had to wait for the GT Edition to see a flagship level Qualcomm Chipset in a Lenovo smartphone.
Though the slider arrived with dual cameras, the upcoming device looks like to sport a single camera setup. However, the single camera may be for illustration purposes and there may be two additional snappers positioned below like we have seen on the Honor View 20. From earlier leaks, we know the Lenovo Z6 Pro will come with fancy HyperVision camera, Super Night View, Super Steady Shot and some kind of 100 MP images. The handset is also said to feature a 5G modem and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The retail box of the smartphone was revealed by the company earlier this week. Lenovo claims both the actual phone and the fancy package have been designed by the team behind the torch that carried the flame in 2008 Summer Olympics. The company said the box is design in a way to excite you above the smartphone on the inside which we now know will launch this month. As for the design of the retail box, it did look a little fancy with neat black and red elements.
Lenovo is yet to officially announce a launch date which we expect to arrive soon with a new teaser. Till then, keep tuned.
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