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, but it turned out to be just another phone with an eyebrow on its top and a back similar to that of the or the .
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 ($900 at Boost Mobile).
Lenovo Z5 specs
The phone's features, according to Lenovo:
- Display: 6.2 inches, 2,264x1,080 pixels, 19:9 aspect ratio
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, eight cores
- RAM: 6GB
- Storage: 64GB or 128GB
- Rear dual camera: 16 + 8 megapixels, aperture f/2.0, 4K videos
- Front camera: 8 megapixels with AI
- Colors: Blue, black and aurora (similar to Twilight of the Huawei P20 Pro ($511 at Amazon))
- Battery: 3,300mAh
- Operating system: Android 8.1 Oreo, ZUI 4.0 interface
Price and availability
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.