The launch event for the Lenovo Z6 Pro is just a day away, but a reliable source has already leaked the specs of the device. Lenovo has worked hard on the device, and the generous specs prove that the device is aimed to be a serious player on the smartphone market.
Lenovo Z6 Pro technical specs leaked
The device will sport a generous 6.39-inch panel with a notch stylized in the form of a water drop. A powerful 32MP selfies sensor is placed in the middle of the notch, and the device will use an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The hardware is quite impressive as Lenovo leans towards maximum performance. The lighting-fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC is paired with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of built-in storage space.
The camera seems to be the main attraction of the device, and it will certainly steal the heart of some fans. A complex array of 4 sensors (48 MP, 16MP, 8MP, and 2MP), will allow users to take impressive shots which can reach a maximum resolution of 100MP. The new Hyper Video feature promises improved transfer speeds and superior macro capabilities.
Select sources believe that the Z6 Pro will be the first Lenovo device which offers support for 5G. At this point, it is known that the device will feature a 4000 mAh battery, but the charge speeds remain elusive.
Audiophiles will have the chance to enjoy an impressive experience with the help of the Dolby Panoramic Sound standard which promises a unique 360-degree sound simulation.
Those who like to play games on their devices will be happy to learn that Lenovo Z6 Pro includes a liquid cooling system which should keep the device at a reasonable temperature even if you run demanding games like PUBG Mobile.
Lenovo Z6 Pro will arrive with the ZUI 11 based on the popular Android Pie. The price tag remains unknown but more details will be shared tomorrow during the official announcement.
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