Lenovo Z6 Pro Speculated To Offer 5G Compatibility As Well


Lenovo's 6 Pro is speculated to offer 5G compatibility as well, along with more. Check out.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

With 5G smartphones- the latest trend in the consumer technology industry, all major smartphone brands have without doubt been engaged in healthy competition with rival brands to release their own custom versions of smartphones offering 5G compatibility. The latest to join this race could now be Lenovo - through its Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G compatible smartphone.

As per new postings on Chinese social network Weibo, quoted by multiple reports that report about these images being posted by Lenovo’s own Chang Cheng, there are mentions about an apparent Lenovo Z6 Pro along with what seems to be a teaser image indicating that this device would be 5G compatible.

There is also another Weibo post (translated), the Lenovo Z6 Pro could also offer a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. At this juncture, it is also worth noting that the primary camera within this smartphone is also hugely expected by Lenovo loyalists to be innovative. In this regard, there have also been reports stating that this camera would be 100 MP. If official, this would be interesting to comprehend and check out.

It is worth noting that Lenovo, as a smartphone brand, captured the fancy of buyers in India. Now, in case the Lenovo Z6 Pro has a 5G edition for the country - post-deployment of 5G connectivity, along with the Snapdragon 855, then the brand could get back to becoming a force to reckon with - even in other countries of the world.

Recently, Lenovo introduced the Z5 Pro GT in China whose USP is that it comes with 12GB RAM under-the-hood along with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. This handset features a 6.4inch screen, Android 9.0 (Pie) platform straight out of the box, four rear cameras, dual snappers at the front, and 3350 mAh battery. Price of the 12GB RAM Lenovo Z5 Pro GT is 4308 Yuan (Rs 46000 approx.).

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