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Upcoming Lenovo Z6 Confirmed to Feature Snapdragon 730 processor

The Lenovo Z6 is an upcoming phone for China. The smartphone is expected to be positioned between the Lenovo Z6 Youth Edition that is powered by the Snapdragon 710, and the Snapdragon 855 driven Lenovo Z6 Pro flagship phone. Rumours surrounding the Lenovo Z6 have claimed could featuring the Snapdragon 730. Today, Lenovo Group VP Chang Cheng confirmed through a Weibo post that the upcoming Z6 will indeed come equipped with SD730.

Lenovo Z6 Snapdragon 730

 

Recently, the Lenovo Z6 was spotted on Geekbench. The listing revealed that it will be arriving with 8GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie, but the name of its chipset wasn’t mentioned on it. However, now it is confirmed to arrive with the Snapdragon 730. Introduced in April, the SD730 is an 8nm chipset that includes two Kryo 470 CPU cores working at 2.2GHz and six Kryo 470 cores working at 1.8GHz. It includes Adreno 618. In terms of performance, it is the next best chip after the Snapdragon 855 flagship chipset. The SD730 SoC is also found under the hood of other phones like Samsung Galaxy A80 and Xiaomi Redmi K20.

From the beginning of this month, Lenovo Group VP has been busy teasing on the features of the phone. Cheng has already confirmed that it will be arriving with AI triple rear cameras and a battery that offers 2 days of performance. Also, it will be arriving with four-sided curved body. Since the Lenovo Z6 will be slotted between Z6 Pro and Z6 Youth Edition, it is expected to borrow some specs from both smartphones.

Lenovo Z6

Rumours suggest that the Lenovo Z6 will sport a 6.3-inch waterdrop-style notch screen and a battery of around 4,000mAh capacity with support for 18W fast charging. The teaser images of the Z6 that were released earlier this month confirmed that it would be available in at least Blue and Brown colour editions. The other specs of the phone are currently under wraps. While no launch date has been announced, the device is likely to be unveiled early next month.

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