Joining the yesteryears’ slider league (which includes the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 and the Honor Magic 2), Lenovo has made the Z5 Pro official in China.
The black-hued Lenovo Z5 Pro has its main highlight in the form of the slider design which pops up to reveal a front dual-camera setup of 16MP+8MP. The front cameras support facial recognition using the IR sensor.
The rear cameras also have dual lenses, rated at 16MP (Sony IMX519 sensor) and 24MP (Sony IMX576 sensor) featuring a dual-tone LED flash. Additionally, the primary snapper support AI Super Night mode and AI Super video shooting features.
The display which is configured at 6.39-inch is bezel-less and has an aspect ratio and screen-to-body ratio standing at 19:5:9 and 95.06 percent, respectively. It has a Full HD+ resolution and is Super AMOLED in nature.
Additionally, there is support for an in-display fingerprint scanner just like the recently launched OnePlus 6T.
Under the hood, there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor, coupled with 6GB of RAM. It has two internal storage variants – 64GB and 128GB. The device is backed by a 3,350mAh battery and runs the company’s ZUI 10 based on Android 8.1 Oreo.
The Lenovo Z5 Pro is priced at CNY 1,998 (6GB RAM/64GB ROM) and CNY 2,298 (6GB RAM/128GB ROM). The device will be up for grabs, starting November 11 in China.
Although the Lenovo Z5 Pro is just an addition to the slider bandwagon, it stands in the ring giving tough competition to the Xiaomi Mi Mix and the Honor Magic 2, given the affordable price tag it comes with!