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Lenovo Z5s is Official with Snapdragon 710, Waterdrop Notch and Three Rear Cameras

After weeks of leaks, hype and a missed launch, the Lenovo Z5s is finally out. Did they bring everything they had promised? Read to find out! Let’s start with the design, the handset comes with a waterdrop notch at the front which does look better than older-style wider notch, but it’s far from the punch hole tech they suggested the smartphone would pack. Meanwhile on the back, they di...[Read More]

Lenovo Z5s Teased with Snapdragon 678 & Android 9 Pie

Lenovo’s much rumored Z5s was set to launch on December 6th and become the first ever phone with a camera cut out hole to hit the market, but the company opted – at the last moment – to delay its launch to the 18th. To kill the time, Lenovo, or at least its Vice President – Chang Cheng, decided to tease the handset over on the Chinese social network Weibo. In the image rele...[Read More]

Lenovo Z5s with Camera Hole Design Launching on December 6th

Lenovo’s marketing team today gets a medal for coming up with a release date before Huawei and Samsung for what’s expected to be the first smartphone ever to hit the market with a cut out hole camera design. The Lenovo Z5s did indeed pop up on China’s certification site (TENAA) just last month and it was then followed by a couple of “leaks” that first showed the hands...[Read More]

It’s Official, Lenovo Z5s Coming in December with In-Screen Camera

A couple days back we reported that Lenovo was apparently going to launch a new high-end handset very soon but we still didn’t have any official confirmation. Well, that changes today as the company just announced it over on Chinese social Weibo, saying that the Lenovo Z5s will be coming in December. The Lenovo Z5s was expected to pack a next gen Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, but given that Qualc...[Read More]

Lenovo K5X and Z5S Leaked Online, Two Segment Killers?

After launching the Lenovo Z5 Pro with its sliding mechanism at the beginning of the month and some new K series phones in October, the Chinese tech giant is apparently already working to refresh their lineup of mid-rangers and possibly release a new flagship device next month. The Lenovo K5X will be the more affordable handset and it’s expected to launch very soon, at least according to the...[Read More]

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