The Lenovo Z6 Pro smartphone and its HyperVision camera will be revealed on March 27
The Lenovo Z6 Pro announcement has come as a surprise, as Lenovo teased the device at MWC19 and then stated the smartphone would be launched in June. The flagship is something of a mystery at the moment, as there have been few leaks in regard to the Z6 Pro and its hardware.
However, according to Lenovo Group Vice President Chang Cheng, the Z6 Pro will now make some sort of appearance on March 27, which is handily enough a day after Huawei’s big P30-related reveal. It will take something grand or hugely innovative to steal the thunder away from Huawei, so it will be interesting to see what Lenovo has to share.
It’s likely any reveal, launch, or announcement will at least clear up what the HyperVision camera can do and how exactly Hyper Videos are connected to 5G technology. A video teased by the Lenovo executive on Weibo seems to show a mixture of macro recording and time-lapse cinematography – but this doesn’t really explain Lenovo’s possible new camera technology.
Video data transfer is expected to be delivered at a much higher rate with the Lenovo Z6 Pro, but it will take much more than that for the smartphone to overshadow its feature-packed rivals from Huawei, Samsung, and even Xiaomi. The Lenovo Z6 Pro is expected to be released in China first.
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