Lenovo had announced earlier this year that it will launch a flagship smartphone with the Snapdragon 855 chipset from Qualcomm. It was being reported last month that the phone could be unveiled sometime in April. Now, it has teased the launch date of the phone, and it will be unveiled on April 23, 2019, in China. So, we are just two weeks away from the official launch. We have also managed to see the front and rear design of the upcoming smartphone for the first time.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro appears to have a glass front as well as rear and a metal chassis. At the front, we can see that the phone features a bezel-less and notch-less screen. This could be due to the help of a motorized pop-up front-facing camera. However, it is also possible that there’s a small notch but it is not visible due to the black wallpaper used in the phone’s marketing material. There are black-colored volume buttons on the right side, while the red-colored power button is placed below the volume rocker. At the rear, there appears to be a glass material with curved sides. There appears to be a single rear-facing camera on the phone along with a dual-LED flash and an additional sensor, but it could have an additional camera on the rear, that’s not visible in the teaser image.
The company has been teasing that the Lenovo Z6 Pro will come with a 100MP HyperVision camera, something that Qualcomm executives had hinted earlier. The phone will also come with camera features like Super Night View and Super Steady Shot. Other rumored features of the phone include an in-display fingerprint reader and a 5G modem. There will also be a 4G variant of the phone. The phone will be sold in a neat black box with red accents. The box appears to have been designed by the same team that designed the torch for the Olympic games in Beijing 2008.