There you have it, folks. The first ever bezel-less and notch-less phone is coming out by a company that we might not have expected it from: Lenovo. The phone will be announced on June 5th in Beijing, China at 14:00 hours (presumably local time). The Lenovo Z5 will have a 95 percent screen to body ratio and many other “technological breakthroughs.”
The teaser above reveals the date of when the announcement is while the second photo below, teases us with what the device will look like with the glass and metal phone design. From what we can tell, it looks like the back of the device considering Lenovo’s logo is at the bottom, but it’s not giving us some kind of information as to what the front of the device will look like, even though that has been teased as can be seen in our feature image above.
Group VP Chang Cheng of Lenovo has hinted on Weibo that the device will also have a battery that will let the phone have a 45-day standby time, a massive internal storage of 4TB, which seems a bit too much to believe, but Cheng is stating these are technological breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies.
For the time being, it’s unclear as to what will be of the front-facing camera, but it could go the route that Vivo went with their concept phone, Apex, where the camera will have its own mechanism that’ll let the camera pop-up from inside the phone. Who knows at this point but on June 5th when Lenovo takes to the stage, we’ll know much more about the device.
What do you guys think about a true all bezel-less display? Is it the time in 2018 where some phone OEMs will be testing it out on their devices? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.Source: The Verge