Lenovo in December last year announced its featured packed smartphone, the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT in China. While this year’s CES has brought some of the most amazing products from the tech hub, Lenovo took to the platform to yet again showcase its flagship specced smartphone. Among the several major highlights, the two prominent features of the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT is its processing hardware and massive 12 GB of RAM.

Notably, the Lenovo Z5 Pro GT is one of the first devices to carry Qualcomm’s latest flagship SoC, the Snapdragon 855 which is fabricated on a 7 nm process. Unlike several smartphones that blatantly adopted the notch-style display, the Lenovo phone offers a notch-free all-screen panel. The phone has a screen-to-body ratio of 95 percent. Interestingly, the Z5 Pro GT comes with a slider that pops the up the front camera quite similar to the one seen on Xiaomi Mi Mix 3.

In terms of other core specifications, the Z5 Pro GT features a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED display panel from Samsung. On the camera front, the phone comes with a quad camera setup having two sensors up front and two sensors at the back. On the front, it sports a 16 MP + 8 MP set up while at the back has a 16 MP + 24 MP camera. In terms of software, Lenovo Z5 Pro GT runs the custom ZUI 10.0 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. The phone is powered by a 3,350mAh battery. If one recalls, the Z5 Pro GT was launched in China for a price starting at CNY 2,698 (roughly Rs 28,000).

Following the Lenovo Z2 Plus release in 2016, the Chinese OEM hasn’t launched any flagship smartphone. But with the Z5 Pro GT Lenovo might regain its lost charm in the smartphone market. But while the Chinese smartphone maker is accessing its situation in the Indian smartphone market it remains to be seen whether Lenovo will bring this impressive smartphone to India.

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