Lenovo Z5 To Hold A Charge For 45 Days On Standby

The Lenovo Z5 is shaping up to be a rather interesting smartphone, Lenovo’s VP, Chang Cheng, has announced via his official Weibo (Chinese social network) page, that the Lenovo Z5 will be able to sit on standby for 45 days before needing a charge. This indicates that the phone will sport a rather large battery, which is quite interesting considering that this will be a smartphone with an extremely thin set of bezels.

Lenovo’s VP confirmed earlier that the device will be coming next month, in June, and that it will sport at least 95-percent screen-to-body ratio. In addition to that. Mr. Cheng also hinted that the phone will offer 4TB of storage, while he also shared a sketch of the device, and also two renders of the phone, which are showing off parts of the phone’s design. Judging by those renders, the Lenovo Z5 will sport no bezel on its sides, or above the display, while we still did not see the bottom of the phone, at least not in renders. In the sketch of the phone that Mr. Cheng provided, however, the device does not have any bezel on the bottom either, though it probably will have just a little bit, as we’re not looking at a 100-percent screen-to-body ratio here. The Vivo Apex concept smartphone that Vivo showed off during this year’s MWC has a 98-percent screen-to-body ratio, and it will be launching in the coming weeks, so the Lenovo Z5 will probably have similarly thin bezels.

The Lenovo Z5 will probably be the company’s new flagship, Mr. Cheng did not say that, but considering its features, thin bezels, and the number of teasers that were shared, this phone will probably be fueled by the Snapdragon 845 64-bit octa-core SoC. In addition to that, the Lenovo Z5 is expected to sport at least 6GB of RAM on the inside, while its display will be quite large as well, at least that’s what’s expected, as the phone’s specs still didn’t surface. It is still unknown whether the phone will be made out of metal or a combination of metal and glass, but we’ll find out soon enough. As already mentioned, the phone is launching next month, and Lenovo is expected to announce the exact date of that launch event soon.

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