Lenovo Z6 Pro roundup: leaked image, full specs, quad camera setup with 48 MP sensor, astonishing score on AnTuTu
Lenovo is preparing to show off the Z6 Pro and a mixture of marketing material and leaks/rumors has helped paint a very interesting picture of the upcoming smartphone. The Chinese manufacturer has confirmed the SD855 SoC, and the phone will come with an apparent 90% screen-to-body ratio that is only disturbed by a waterdrop notch. Z6 Pro buyers will enjoy a device that has a 4000 mAh battery and supports 27 W quick charging. It’s a very solid start for the Lenovo handset.
At one point, there was a rumor that the Lenovo Z6 Pro would come with a giant 100 MP sensor, but it seems something got lost in translation. The expected specifications of the quad camera setup are: 48 MP, 20 MP, 16 MP, and 16 MP. As has been pointed out, adding those together will get you the magic 100 MP number. Sneaky. The smartphone will also come with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a 5 mm copper tube to assist with the “PC-grade liquid cooling system”. The Lenovo Z6 Pro has a 6.39-inch AMOLED display and is expected to come in a number of RAM/storage variants: 6 GB/64 GB, 8 GB/128 GB, 8 GB/256 GB, and 12 GB/512 GB.
If all that wasn’t enough, and the fact that a leaked photo (see below) of the Lenovo Z6 Pro in someone’s hand actually shows that the device is far from unattractive, it seems the upcoming flagship is also something of a performance beast. An AnTuTu benchmark screenshot for a Lenovo L78051, which is believed to be the Z6 Pro, was posted on Weibo by the tech company’s VP. The score shown was an incredible 403,077 points – apparently the highest score ever posted on the benchmark.