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Lenovo makes the Z6's Pro 5G and Youth Editions official

A teaser for the Lenovo Z6 Youth Edition. (Source: Weibo)
A teaser for the Lenovo Z6 Youth Edition. (Source: Weibo)
Lenovo has revealed that its smartphone flagship, the Z6 Pro, has a 5G variant. However, no pricing or availability information for this device has been released. The OEM has also confirmed that the Z6 Youth Edition does indeed exist, and will launch on May 22, 2019.

Lenovo has made the 5G version of the Z6 Pro official. This phone may resemble its 4G counterpart in many ways, in that it would be powered by the Snapdragon 855 processor (with PC cooling) and retain the quad-camera arrangement on its rear panel. This component supports Lenovo's new "Hyper Video" feature, as well as 48MP recording.

Despite this confirmation of its launch, the Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G Edition still lacks an actual date for its release onto the market. It is also still not known if this device will become available outside China. However, we do now know that another Z6 variant, the Youth Edition, is to be released soon.

This phone has 3 rear cameras rather than 4. They are shown as having a golden border, as does the rear-facing fingerprint sensor. The rumored Ferrari Custom Edition of this phone is not in evidence; however, it does get the green color, with an iridescent finish, seen in the Pro variant.

The Lenovo Z6 Youth Edition will be launched on May 22, 2019. However, fans who want to be sure of getting this device can reserve one now on JD or Tmall. The phone will cost 9999 yuan (or US1446) when this campaign ends.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-05-17 (Update: 2019-05-17)