Lenovo, the tech giant from China, is gearing up to launch the Galaxy S6 competitor in the form of Vibe Z3 Pro. Expected to be announced at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) next month, the device will come with a 5.5-inch QHD screen and a Snapdragon 810 processor under the hood.
The long-awaited flagship smartphone from Lenovo is apparently right around the corner, and today images of what looks like a prototype have been leaked online.
The pictured device is surrounded by a metallic frame, making it even more stylish and elegant than its predecessor, the Vibe Z2 Pro. It looks like Lenovo is hard at work preparing a spectacular piece of tech.
It is also said to have a QHD screen, measuring anywhere between 5.5 to 6-inches. Lenovo's next big thing is powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage.
Interestingly, the alleged shots reveal dual cameras, one on the back and front. At the rear back, there will be a 16MP camera with OIS, Lazer Autofocus technology, and three LED flash, notes GizmoChina. There will be a dedicated camera button, as seen in one the leaked shots.
Expect the handset to feature a non-removable 3400mAh battery pack. As usual, it will run Android 5.0 Lollipop with Lenovo's custom layer slapped on top.
But other factors like price and release date remains a mystery. Nevertheless, the phone should get launched at MWC tech show in early March of this year.
In another news, Lenovo on Tuesday said that its third-quarter revenue rose 31% to $14.1 billion, thanks to its smartphone division. Total sales from the mobile division rose 109 % to $3.39 billion ( via Reuters).
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