Lenovo Z6 Pro launch
Lenovo Z6 Pro, set to launch on April 23, 2019, is touted to be the following enormous thing in smartphone photography.
The smartphone to brandish a 48MP quad-lens rear camera that will be equipped for taking 100MP images and videos.
Furthermore, in front of the unveiling, an official video advertisement has leaked the internet, revealing the structure and key highlights of Z6 Pro.
Lenovo Z6 Pro: Initially look
According to the video, the Lenovo Z6 Pro will brandish a U-molded scored screen, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and ultra slim bezels to offer a revealed screen-to-body ratio of 90%.
The backboard will house a vertically stacked quad camera setup and highlight a glossy gradient design.
Further, thinking of it as will be a flagship demonstrate, it can hope to see an FHD+ display feature.
Lenovo Z6 Pro will offer a 48MP quad camera setup
Lenovo Z6 Pro will include a 48MP quad camera setup that is relied upon to shoot 100MP images and videos, apparently by utilizing Pixel Binning strategy.
An official point of arrival has likewise revealed some camera highlights, for example, 2.9μm pixel estimate, super night mode, 8-pivot OIS, a ToF camera, a 2.39-centimeter super macro mode, and a 125-degree overly wide-angle field of view.
Lenovo Z6 Pro will be fueled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset
According to leaks, the Lenovo Z6 Pro will be fueled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. The organization will likewise present a 5G model that will house an extra Qualcomm X50 modem for cutting edge network support.
The smartphone is likewise said to accompanied up to 12GB of RAM, 512GB of internal capacity, fast charging help and run Android Pie-based ZUI 10.
Lenovo Z6 Pro: Availability
A great deal of despite everything it stays obscure. In any case, insights about the display, camera specifications, and features like Hyper Video (100MP video include) will be revealed on April 23.
In the meantime, the organization has opened pre-orders for the up and coming flagship on its official site and JD.com in China.
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