If the recent teasers are anything to go by, the Lenovo Z5 will be a really interesting smartphone. The company has already revealed that this upcoming flagship device will boast four technological breakthroughs, and 18 patented technologies. In the run-up to its launch, yet another teaser has surfaced online hinting at another of Lenovo Z5’s hard-to-believe capabilities.
Teasers have already hinted that the battery will be one of the highlights of the Lenovo Z5. Lenovo Group VP, Chang Cheng, yesterday teased that the smartphone will come with a battery with a staggering 45 days of standby time. The latest teaser surfacing online (spotted by Playfuldroid) hints at another battery-related feature.
The poster states that a user will be able to get 30 minutes to an hour of talktime even if the battery is at zero percent charge. Unbelievable though it may sound, these are official teasers from Cheng’s Weibo account. It will be interesting to see how the Lenovo Z5 is able to get such incredible battery life.
Earlier, a sketch surfaced online showing a device with a truly full-screen display. Cheng has also teased that the screen-to-body ratio on the smartphone will be over 95 percent. Other teasers have hinted at the Lenovo Z5 being the first device to boast 4TB of internal UFS 2.1 flash memory, and a camera setup capable of shooting photos in portrait mode.
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There’s currently no word on when the Lenovo Z5 will be launched. Cheng has teased that a launch event invite will soon be shared. Recent reports have speculated that the event will take place on June 14.