Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo is now working on a bezel-less flagship device dubbed as the Lenovo Z5. The Lenovo Z5 is believed to be unveiled on June 14, and presumably it will first be launched in China. For one, the front camera, sensors and hardware needed to control the screen, are all necessary components so it will be interesting to see how Lenovo incorporates this into the screen. Lenovo, on the other hand, has been a dedicated player to its sport, and we will have to wait and see what this phone is all about. As for the rest of the breakthroughs, most of all, we're talking about screen fingerprint scanner, screen dynamics and folding or retractable camera. To make the guessing easier, he posted a render of the upper left side, and now, he has posted a render showing the bottom left of the Lenovo Z5. Vivo's Apex theory employs a pop up selfie camera to help cut back the bezels, but it nevertheless needs a comparable "chin" to hide the OLED's display control. Unlike the iPhone X, though, there's no earpiece or front-facing camera anywhere in sight, and the bezels surrounding the panel are nearly nonexistent. The "notch-less" display takes up nearly 95 per cent of the body.
Cheng previously shared a different teaser for the Lenovo Z5, and claimed that it had a 95 percent screen-to-body ratio. We have got a few leaked photos of this smartphone which shows that the phone will be completely bezel-less.
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Lenovo Z5 release date was not announced by Cheng, but some market experts believe the flagship would be available for sale in August 2018.