Lenovo is introducing the Z6 Pro on Tuesday in Beijing. We know the phone will have Hyper Video and the announcement was accompanied by a picture, showcasing one camera. Apparently, that image is fake, because today Lenovo revealed the actual camera setup - there will be four shooters on the back, one of them with a 48 MP sensor.
The teaser, spotted on Lenovo VP’s page on Weibo, suggests a vertical setup for all four snappers. One of them will be separated from the others, but we'll see if that's the many snapper or one of the auxiliary ones.
The Lenovo executive also posted a screenshot from AnTuTu, where a Lenovo phone with a model number L78051 reached 403,077 score. If this is indeed the Lenovo Z6 Pro, it could outperform any other Snapdragon 855-powered device and could top the performance chart of the Chinese benchmarking platform.
Whether it will actually be a monster of a phone, we have to wait until the official unveiling on April 23.
Exactly like that. So again its better if evena low to mid ranger can last few years than die within a year. Its better for the company its self to make more profit due to increased quality even on a low end phones.
Yes, it should be built to last, but I don't think updates could go on for that long. However, if the phone can stay fast even after loss of updates, then I'd be hard pressed to disagree