There seems to be a lot of buzz around the Lenovo Z5. The phone first became popular when the company’s VP Chang Cheng teased the smartphone with an impressive screen to body ratio of 95 percent. Soon after that, it was also revealed that the phone will be sporting an internal storage of whooping 4TB. Now if that wasn’t enough, Cheng has sahred pictures taken from the Lenovo Z5, giving us an idea of what to expect from the flagship phone’s camera.
The company executive has shared two pictures online. Both carry an inscribed watermark at the bottom-right corner that reads “Lenovo Z5” and “AI Dual camera”. There is an infinity sign of sorts displayed next to the text. This helps confirm that the Lenovo Z5 will feature a dual-rear camera setup at the back that will be equipped with AI technology to help take better pictures in different lighting situations.
The two pictures look like they have been taken during dawn and dusk, specifically to showcase the cameras’ low-light capabilities. Both pictures look really detailed. The transition in the sky also looks natural and quite frankly breath-taking. Being low-light, there seems to be very little noise in the images. That said, the full-extent of Lenovo Z5’s camera capabilities is still unknown, but it’s clear that Lenovo is gearing up to compete with the likes of Huawei P20 Pro and other flagship smartphones.
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Lenovo Z5 clearly seems to be pushing the definition of smartphone in every way. Previously, Cheng had also stated that the Lenovo Z5 alone carries 4 technology breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies achieved by the company. The device is anticipated to launch on 14 July.