Last phones-the sliders were very popular. Then came the era of touchscreen smartphones and all previous popular form factors of mobile phones less steel to be used. But the trend in which smart phones have become almost frameless, returns the relevance of a half-forgotten design. Lenovo has not only called close to the date of the official debut of its new products, but also showed her photos. However, earlier users have already watched the video to the smartphone.
Many users have already seen in the Network video unusual smartphone-slider with a screen which occupies almost 100% of the surface of the device. It is believed that the novelty called Lenovo Z5 Pro. And here we had confirmation of the reality of this smartphone. Vice President of Lenovo Liu Jun (Liu Jun) during a press conference in Beijing held in their hands consider new. Moreover, another Vice-President of the company Chang Chen (Chang Cheng) posted images on the Chinese social network Weibo and added the official information about the smart phone — it will be October 1, 2018, says Jordan (Yordan), considering the new message that is not yet presented to the public the smartphone on the resource page gsmarena.com.
Lenovo Z5 Pro
Lenovo Z5 Pro is a smart phone with a large display and a very small screen. Although Liu Jun did not reveal a slider, by showing it, but, as noted above, a video showing this, not typical for modern smartphones, feature news appeared on the web in early September. Because full-screen smartphone on the front panel, you still need to place a number of components. Manufacturers often use for the display cutout. But a return to slider form factor with many users like it more.
In any case, in the first day of October, i.e. next Monday, the audience will see a new smart phone from Lenovo and then will be able to make of it a more complete experience than the one that give you posted in social networks photos.
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