Lenovo teases a new version of the Z6 with Ferrari branding on Weibo
Chang Cheng, the Vice President (VP) of Lenovo Group, has allegedly posted an image of a potential new phone on Weibo, along with a caption that may translate along these lines: "So youthful… can’t bear to refuse". It coincides nicely with new rumors that the OEM is preparing to launch another variation on its latest smartphone release, the Z6 Pro.
This putative new version may be called the Lenovo Z6 Youth Edition (probably an innovative take on the term 'Lite'). It will reportedly be unveiled on May 22, 2019, as a possibly more affordable answer to the super-charged, Snapdragon 855-powered and hybrid-cooled Z6 Pro. Assuming that the phone in Chang's post is the Z6 Youth Edition, it will have the qudruple rear cameras present on its flagship counterpart.
The Youth Edition is also allegedly in line for a new kind of chipset that will confer dual GPS on the phone. Besides this, however, no further details about the internals of the putative phone are certain at present. Then again, we also now know from the VP's image that Lenovo may have partnered with a premium car-maker to market this form of Z6.
This conclusion is drawn from the promient Ferrari logo visible on the rear of the device as pictured. Given the Lamborghini branding that some units of the OPPO Find X have acquired, this is not entirely outside the realms of possibility in the Chinese smartphone market.