Lenovo Z5 With All Screen Display to Launch Today in China
After announcing the truly bezel-less display without any notch or chin whatsoever on the Lenovo Z5, Lenovo VP Cheng Cheng has also revealed that the smartphone will come with a whopping 4TB of internal storage.
Lenovo Z5 With All Screen Display to Launch Today in China (Image: Weibo/ Cheng Cheng)
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Lenovo is all set to launch its latest device Lenovo Z5 today at the China Film Director Center in Beijing. The launch event, according to the invite, will begin at 2 pm local time (11:30 am IST). Lenovo has garnered much attention for its upcoming smartphone which, as per its claims, will come with an all-screen front and now, the company has revealed another interesting piece of information about the same. After announcing the truly bezel-less display without any notch or chin whatsoever on the Lenovo Z5, Lenovo VP Cheng Cheng has revealed that the smartphone will come with a whopping 4TB of internal storage. This feat has never been seen before on a smartphone and if Lenovo manages to pull it off with the Lenovo Z5, it will be the first smartphone manufacturer to do so.
In a recent post on Weibo, Lenovo VP Cheng Cheng teased that the Lenovo Z5 will offer 4TB of storage to its users, thanks to 'particle technology'. In his post, Cheng mentions that the storage would be enough to store 2000 HD movies, 150,000 music files and 1 million photos.
Earlier, Cheng had shared design renders of the Lenovo Z5 revealing a completely bezel-less smartphone. As per Cheng's posts, the screen-to-body ratio on the Lenovo Z5 will be more than 95 percent. The design-sketch of the device shows that there is not even a notch at the top of the display to house crucial elements like the selfie camera, earpiece, proximity sensor and more. Lenovo is expected to use a flip mechanism to swivel the front camera to use as and when required by the user. A similar setup was seen on Vivo's concept phone - Vivo APEX.
Lenovo Z5 is expected to be unveiled as a flagship smartphone by Lenovo and is said to carry 18 patented technologies, including four 'technological breakthroughs' achieved by the company.
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