It will be called the Z5. Then, he just confirmed now the name and design of the new phone. Earlier, he shared a concept sketch of the device and poll asking followers to guess the screen-to-body ratio. The phone seems almost bezel-less with extremely thin ones running at the top and bottom.
According to the teaser, the phone appears to come packed inside a metallic frame which is the reason there are antenna bands on the sides of the device. The base edge of the mobile bears a USB Type-C port.
Cheng has confirmed that with Lenovo Z5 the company has managed to bag 18 patented technologies and four technology breakthroughs. This was accomplished by decreasing the space devoured by the radio wire groups, camera, and size of bezels.
Things aren't all clear about the Lenovo Z5.
Of course, this is going to be a flagship phone, the hardware will probably feature the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 but there isn't any information yet. It is also liable to accompany no less than 6GB RAM, 64GB internal capacity, double camera setup and highlights like a unique fingerprint scanner. Further, Cheng polled users on smartphone display proportions and hinted at a handset with a 95% screen-to-body ratio. Since the launch of iPhone X and the companies that followed it, notches have gotten mixed reviews.
Among the other unique qualities of the Z5 will be its flip-up selfie camera.
Lenovo is reportedly working on a fully bezel-less smartphone to break away from the new trend of shipping smartphones with a notch. Lenovo published on the web a picture of the alleged phone, but we can't tell you if there won't be a notch or whatever. The company tried selling ZUK phones in China recently but it did not receive a good response from the masses. It is speculated that the Lenovo Z5 will be arriving to challenge Xiaomi that has launched comprehensive screen enabled smartphones like Mi MIX, Mi MIX 2 and Mi MIX 2S.