Budget slider smartphone Lenovo Z5 Pro now official
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor seems to become a common presence in the mid-range sector rather quickly, but the slider smartphone design will probably remain a not-so-common choice across the entire market. However, the new Z5 Pro is the first handset by Lenovo that brings the aforementioned processor and design approach together.
Without further ado, these are the highlights of the Lenovo Z5 Pro:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 710
- 6 GB memory and 64 GB or 128 GB internal storage, apparently without microSD support
- 6.39-inch display with 2,340 x 1,080 pixels
- 95.06 percent screen-to-body ratio
- 16 MP + 24 MP (f/1.8) dual camera on the back
- 16 MP + 8 MP selfie shooter with IR face recognition
- WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC
- 3,350 mAh battery
- ZUI 10.0 (on top of Android 8.1 Oreo for now)
The list of attractive and rather special features that the Lenovo Z5 Pro can provide includes dynamic adjustments for reduced background noise on calls, a game mode for reduced network latency and increased performance, as well as a "Deep Power Saving" night mode. Although the lack of a traditional 3.5 mm audio jack might keep some potential buyers away, it is worth mentioning that the similar — at least in terms of design — Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 and Huawei's Honor Magic 2 do not feature one, either.
The Lenovo Z5 Pro is expected to hit the market later this month in China for the equivalent of US$288 (64 GB) and US$331 (128 GB). It will probably reach other markets as well, but the launch dates and prices are not public yet. If you would like to see this handset in your market, tell us in the comments.