The Lenovo Z6 Pro is one of the flagships scheduled for launch this month. It is also Lenovo’s first flagship of the year. The phone will come with quad cameras and a feature called “Hyper Video” which Lenovo says will be one of the trends of the 5G era.
During the past week, we have seen official images showing part of the phone, but today is the first time we see a live photo (and official versions) of the device.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro, as seen in the photo, is covered by a fairly reflective glass. There is a red strip that extends from the top, passes through the cameras and down to the bottom.
The cameras are stacked vertically to the left and all have red rings around them. Three of the sensors are housed together and slightly raised, while the room is separated. There is also an LED flash flanking the sensors on the right. If you look closely, you can distinguish the words “Hyper Video” and “48MP AI Quad Camera”.
There are also two official versions. One of these shows that the phone has a laser focus module next to the LED flash that is not visible in the live photo. It also appears that there are more red stripes that we believe are visible depending on the angle of light reflected from the device.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro will have 5G support and will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset. The front of the phone remains a mystery, but it is rumored that it will have a notch in the shape of a water drop and will have a screen-body ratio of over 90%.
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The device will be launched on April 23 in China. Like many other Lenovo phones launched in their country, this one may not even have an international version.