Lenovo Z5 128GB Storage Variant With New Colour To Go On Sale From July 17

The phone will be available in the Aurora flavor in the future and is now available for pre-order on JD.com

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Lenovo Z5 Aurora

Even though Lenovo lied about the Z5 featuring a futuristic design, the smartphone has established itself as a best-seller thanks to the price and performance ratio. The company is now going to be introducing a higher storage model and since the phone does not feature expandable storage, this will be a great and affordable upgrade for potential buyers.

Lenovo Z5 128GB Storage Model With Aurora Color to Go on Sale Soon

The new version of the Lenovo Z5 is going to be offered in the future and it will feature more storage as well as a different color model. Called Aurora (Translated from Chinese), this unique colored version of the Lenovo Z5 is reported to have more than one colors. Lenovo Z5 will be using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset while providing up to 6GB RAM + 64GB storage variants. Now the new 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant of this smartphone will go on the first sale at 10:00 AM, 17th July on JD.com. The new variant is priced at 1799 Yuan (approx. Rs.18,630) and is now up for pre-orders.

Lenovo Z5: Specifications, Features

Having a 6.2-inch IPS LCD screen, Lenovo Z5 will provide an IPS LCD display of 2246 × 1080 resolution. This smartphone will be packing a Snapdragon 636 chipset that will be paired with 6GB of RAM for all models. Both of these will ensure a fast processing along with allowing users to perform several multitasking tasks without slowing down the speed of the smartphone.

As mentioned above, Lenovo Z5 is going to come with an internal storage space of 64GB or the new 128GB depending upon of which variant you purchase, but it must be noted that this internal storage will not be expandable as there is no card slot featured in the handset. The camera of Lenovo Z5 is worth mentioning due to the exceptional amount of features it is expected to come with that are not present in many other smartphones offering in this price range. Lenovo Z5 will come packing a dual 16 + 8MP rear camera along with an 8MP selfie shooter.

Two of the best things that come with the Lenovo Z5 will be its camera and battery. The manufacturers have used their self-made Faraday electromagnetic boost technology that will allow the battery to keep on for a longer period of time. Also, the camera of Lenovo Z5 is said to be different from other cameras in the same pricing, as it will come with an AI-fueled 4D beauty mode.

Featuring software controlled AI, these cameras will make your every picture appear detailed even in low-light conditions. As far as the battery is concerned, the Lenovo Z5 is backed by a decent-sized 3300mAh battery. The manufacturers claim that this battery is designed in a way that can make it last much longer than the other 3300mAh batteries but it is most likely due to aggressive software that will enable users to get more battery life out of the device.

These can probably be disabled from the settings menu if Lenovo has included them in the Z5. Lenovo earlier teased that its Z5 would feature a 95% screen-to-body ratio but those turned out to nothing but lies. However, you have to admit that the smartphone has been doing very well in China because of its price, decent hardware specifications and attractive design, even though it looks similar to what other manufacturers are selling.

Lenovo Z5: Expected Price in India

Since the Lenovo Z5 has not been released in India yet, saying anything with certainty about the phone’s final price is a little difficult at this moment. However, according to many, the phone can be expected to have a reasonable price of about Rs. 13600. This low price is totally justified if one looks at the features of the Lenovo Z5 since it is even cheaper than the Redmi Note 5 Pro.

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Mohd. Omer cannot control his love for tech, so he became an author to report on the latest happenings in technology, and to educate others. Omer has been tracking the smartphone industry since Nokia’s Symbian days. He is an experienced writer who has a strong hold on smartphone domain and is equally passionate about the connecting segments like apps and softwares.

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