Lenovo Z6 Pro is official with four cameras and a big battery

Yordan, 23 April 2019

Lenovo finally introduced its new flagship, called Z6 Pro. After a series of leaks, misleading official teasers and a healthy dose of rumors, the device finally arrived with four cameras, Snapdragon 855 chipset and fast charging.

The screen of the phone is 6.39” Super AMOLED panel with a tiny waterdrop notch on the top. It is equipped with a fingerprint scanner underneath the display and impressively small bezel, although we would suggest not trusting Lenovo with their renders and instead wait for the first real-life photos to come in.

The Qualcomm chipset is coupled with 6/8 GB RAM and 128 gigs of storage, although there is also a 12/512 GB variant if you want all the performance.

The four cameras on the back are all lined up vertically. The first one is a 16 MP wide-angle shooter, below is the main 48 MP snapper with f/1.8 aperture, then we have an 8 MP telephoto lens and the fourth shooter is separated from the main combo and is a 2 MP camera, dedicated for video enhancements. The front-facing camera in the notch is 32 MP.

Loyal to its fans, the company kept ZUI, although it is now a new version - ZUI 11. Other specs include liquid cooling, 4,000 mAh battery, and 18W fast-charging. Curiously enough there's a 27W charger in the box, though.

There are also plenty of features that many Chinese smartphone users like - such as AI Photos and Hyper Video, which is simply a fancy name, summarising all the video modes like Super Night Scene, Super Macro, Super Wide Angle, etc.

Lenovo Z6 Pro in Green Lenovo Z6 Pro in Red
Lenovo Z6 Pro in Green and Red

Arriving in Red or Green, the phone starts from CNY2,899 ($430/€385) for 6/128 GB, CNY2,999 ($450/€400) for the 8/128 GB, and CNY4,799 ($715/€635) for the 12/512 GB option.

The phone will start selling on April 29, and the first flash sale is scheduled for 10 AM. It will be available at JD.com, TMall and Lenovo’s own store.

Source (in Chinese)


Reader comments

  • jay
  • 27 May 2019
  • I0s

can't understand the crazy obsession witb thin bezels. Except harder (costlier) to make and often more prone to damage. Meaningless fluff

  • Alice
  • 24 Apr 2019
  • 0Wi

Easy, if Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, even Huawei, etc, do the same... why show thicker bezels than them? Join the club... it's free.

  • Sajid1984
  • 24 Apr 2019
  • XNP

Dont know why lenovo guys cheat. Showing such thin bezels from all around while in real they are much thicker.

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