updating: Another diagram found its way into social networks and offers the full picture of a device that answers the name Lenovo Z5, and probably constitutes the same one of the teaser - most impressive.
The latest estimates are that Lenovo will be based on Technology A piezoelectric that will replace the familiar physical earpiece (as in Shiomi's first Mi Mix), a built-in fingerprint scanner on the screen and a front camera that mechanically jumps out of the device's body - all in order to bring us as close as possible to the ultimate borderless device. what do you think?
The original article: Vice President of the Chinese manufacturer publishes a picture that shows that its aspirations to success in the mobile world are still alive and kicking
The trend of elongated rectangular screens, which became the dominant ruler in the smartphone market in 2018, has successfully proven that users can get increased display space on their personal smart device, without compromising on human engineering and general ergonomics - and quite naturally now we are starting to see hints and evidence With devices that will manage even more screen within a given physical size.
After meeting Vivo's revolutionary Apex prototype at the MWC 2018 exhibition, which boasted about 98 (as calculated by the company's representatives) and a front camera that was integrated with a hidden mechanical mechanism in the device to avoid unnecessary surface space, Lenovo Which promises us Smart device Which will almost entirely screen, seemingly.
One of the company's vice presidents posted on the Chinese social network Weibo a picture of part of a smart device, in which the screen is stretched right to the corner both from the side and at the top - when consumers were even asked to "guess" what the display means to the unit's overall surface area. 95 percent who appear as a separate and prominent option appear to be the correct answer, so to speak.
We’ve met quite a few smart devices in the past that have featured and declared incredibly thin margins in various official PR photos, with the actual product the result was less innovative and even relatively disappointing relative to expectations - so we refrain from crowning the Lenovo device as the next big thing at this point. We will discover more technical details. However, it is interesting to find out that Lenovo has not yet fully relinquished the category (outside the product family Motorola Which she markets) despite the relative failures that she has suffered, and even aspires to innovate and surprise rather than just to follow the herd.
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