Lenovo Z5s gets certified with three cameras on the rear, might sport the Snapdragon 8150 SoC
Lenovo seems to be working on another member of its ever-expanding Z5 family. Following the original Z5 and the Z5 Pro which was announced at the beginning of this month, it looks like a Z5s is in the pipeline. What's more, past rumors said this might be the first smartphone to be powered by the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 chipset.
The Z5s, model number L78071, has already been certified by TENAA, 3C, and MIIT in China, so its release may only be a matter of weeks now. The phone has three rear cameras, a 6.3-inch display, a 3,210 mAh battery, and probably a water drop notch.
Its dimensions are 156.7 x 74.5 x 7.8 mm, and that rear camera setup reminds us of some of Huawei's most recent designs, especially if you also take into account the position of the Lenovo logo.
If it is in fact going to employ the Snapdragon 8150, then this will be a high-end device through and through. The rest of its specs should be outed soon, at this rate, so stay tuned for that.
- 28 Nov 2018
ZUK XX excited that lenovo are back, a company that own leading mobile tech (motorola) own computer leading tech (IBM), technology position is higher than apple but marketing is far from impressive
- 27 Nov 2018
I think u never seen a Lenovo Vibe shot launched in 2016. . Huawei copied Lenovo design and made a hybrid of apple
- Marco M
- 27 Nov 2018
Maybe they will put the 8150 in the international version of Z5 Pro