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Lenovo on Tuesday unveiled its new flagship phone, the Lenovo Z5, and it was something of a letdown.
The company had been building buzz for weeks that it would be all screen, but it turned out to be just another phone with an eyebrow on its top and a back similar to that of the Honor 10 or the Huawei P20.
According to the company's Chinese website, the phone has a 6.2-inch screen and the panel occupies 90 percent of its front, in which we find a notch at the top. The company has placed the fingerprint sensor on the back and the dual camera is positioned vertically, as in the iPhone X.
The phone's features, according to Lenovo:
The Lenovo Z5 will only be available in China, at least for now. The device in black has a starting price that translates to about $200, £150 or AU$265. The versions in blue and aurora will be a bit more expensive: about $220, £165 or AU$290 for the 64GB version and $280, £210 or AU$370 for 128GB of storage. The device also comes with a dual-SIM version.