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Lenovo Z5 will literally be an all-screen smartphone

Lenovo Z5 will literally be an all-screen smartphone

Lenovo is set to launch its new flagship phone soon and the recent teasers have already forced us to talk about this. This is the largest screen space ever seen on a device since it will not feature top and bottom bezels. The phone seems almost bezel-less with extremely thin ones running at the top and bottom. The bottom bezel seems to feature a USB-C port. The antenna lines on the side of the unit also suggest the device would have a metal unibody, rather than a glass rear-housing.

According to Cheng, the company has achieved four technological breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies through the Lenovo Z5. Now he is wrapping the week with more information about the phone - it will be called Lenovo Z5 and from what it looks like it might have a screen-to-body ratio as close to 100% as we have seen so far.

Several assumes that the Lenovo is rebuilding its own brand with the upcoming Z5. The could managed to remove the space usually taken by the camera, earpiece or the fingerprint scanner. The Z5 will be launched to go up against any semblance of Xiaomi's Mi Mix 2S, Mi Mix and different mobiles with a far-reaching display.

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There are speculations that company could launch the phone on June 14. The sketch reveals that the handset would have come with neither a chin nor a notch - instead, it will be an end-to-end screen on the front, making it a bezel-less smartphone.

Lenovo has begun teasing the Lenovo Z5 sketch, Which shows the company's next-generation flagship smartphone with an all-screen display and no notch, Yes you heard it right with "no notch" full-screen display. The other-related rumors are that Z5 could accompany an in-display unique finger impression sensor, an innovation that Vivo has effectively used yet Samsung is as yet battling with.

The announcement from Chang also confirms now Lenovo is in no plans to sell Motorola phone under ZUK branding anymore.