With notches finally starting to make its way out, smartphone companies have started switching to other alternatives. One of these is the slider mechanism. Now, Lenovo had previously already launched the Lenovo Z5 Pro in China. However, at the launch of the Lenovo Z5s, the company has also launched a GT version of the Z5 Pro. And it comes with some heavy-packed while weighing light on your pocket.
Lenovo Z5 Pro GT 855 specs
The Lenovo Z5 Pro GT 855 features almost identical specs to the previously launched Lenovo Z5 Pro. However, it does come with changes under the hood. Sporting a large 6.39-inch OLED display, the Lenovo Z5 Pro offers a bezel-less display. There is no notch and it’s all thanks to the slider camera design. The display resolution of the new Lenovo Z5 Pro now stands at 2340 x 1080 pixel resolution. The aspect ratio of the screen is at 19.5:9. This allows a screen to body ratio of 95.06%, which is truly amazing. Further, know that the display supports HDR10 complaint content. It is a 600 nits brightness display and DCI-P3 compliant as well.
Under the hood, you get the latest Snapdragon 855 processor based on the 7nm architecture. As for RAM, you get various options. There are the standard flagship options of 6GB and 8GB of RAM. However, the top model comes with a whopping 12GB of LPDDR4x RAM. The Z5 Pro would be running on the ZUI 10 custom user interface, which is teased to be the most advanced ZUI yet with lots of AI-enabled improvements.
On the camera side, the front camera setup includes a 16MP + 8MP dual camera setup. Talking about the rear camera, it will sport a dual camera setup of 16MP + 24MP, these lens modules would sport a f/1.8 aperture and have a 6P lens setup. The Lenovo Z5 Pro GT 855 is powered by a 3350mAh capacity battery and support fast charging with 18W charger. The device features a signature red and black tone with a gradient carbon fiber texture on the back.
Lenovo Z5 Pro GT 855 price and availability
Lenovo Z5 Pro GT 855 certainly packs some amazing specifications. However, what’s more interesting is its price. The base variant of the 6+128GB will be available for 2698 yuan (~Rs. 27,800) while the 8+128GB variant will be available for 2998 yuan (~Rs. 31,000). The 8+256GB variant will go on sale for 3398 yuan (~Rs. 35,000). Lastly, the beefy 12+512GB variant will be available for 4398 yuan (~Rs. 45,500). As of now, there is no word on the Indian pricing or release of the device. Make sure to stay tuned to Mr. Phone for all the updates.