Lenovo S5 is released and up for grabs with smart dual camera and 18:9 display

Lenovo S5

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Today on March 20, 2018, Beijing standard time 2 pm, that’s equivalent to 11:00 AM IST, Lenovo’s new mobile launch conference was held as scheduled where the company officially released its three new smartphones, namely Lenovo S5, Lenovo K5 and Lenovo K5 play.

A dreamboat of an Android phone, Lenovo S5 has a full metal body. Its popularity even before the official launch was palpable through the pre-booking arrangements made on the official website. Sales are to officially begin on March 23. The stylish metal jacket is made of a whole 6-segment aeronautic aluminum alloy sheet.

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This metal armor has gone through seven CNC processes, as well as nano-injection molding technology. It is fused through a dozen processes such as sanding, sandblasting, diamond trimming and anodizing that make your smartphone quite a hardy warrior of sorts. In matters of specifications, it is not at all an all-brawns no-brainer.

S5 comes equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset, and a ZUI 4.0 customized UI based on the latest Android Oreo 8.0. For the added seasoning, the manufacturers have added a number of intelligent functions which ensure a smooth-running system and a user-friendly interface for the best experience any user can hope for.

Now for the spec to blast your imagination. The use of Fourth-generation U-Touch definition gestures will replace the existence of virtual keys and will bring a whole new screen experience to users in terms of input and output. It is affordable, smart and strong. What more are you waiting for?

Via: CNMO

Lenovo S5 is released and up for grabs with smart dual camera and 18:9 display