The Lenovo Z6 is the latest phone to launch with a 120Hz display
Lenovo has finally completed its Z smartphone line-up for this year. Its last instalment (the vanilla Z6) has a 6.39-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display, as suggested in some earlier leaks. It is interrupted by a waterdrop notch, which, as it must be said, does a particularly good job of negating a top bezel. However, the most interesting aspect of this panel is its 120-hertz refresh rate, which is not seen in even the Z6 Pro variant.
The Z6's notch houses a 16MP selfie camera. It has 3 rear cameras, as opposed to the Pro's lavish quad-camera set-up. It consists of the 24MP Sony IMX576 with an f/1.8 aperture; a 8MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom (although the hybrid zoom is dialled up to 8X); and a 5MP depth-sensor.
The new phone also has an in-display fingerprint sensor, in addition to a 4000mAh battery, which will keep a Snapdragon 730 processor going (as announced earlier). The Lenovo Z6 comes in 3 SKUs: a 6GB RAM variant with 64GB of fixed storage (or 6/64GB), a 6/128GB version and a 8GB/128GB top-end model.
They will cost 1899, (about US$276) 2099 (~$305) or 2499 yuan (~$363) respectively when they go on sale for the first time on July 9, 2019. They can be ordered directly on Lenovo China's website, which is taking reservations to do so from now.