The Lenovo Z5s will be announced as early as next week and the manufacturer continues to tease information regarding its new smartphone to the hype up the market and reveal interesting features.
After the device emerged on the Chinese network TENAA, its design with three rear cameras in a layout similar to the Huawei P20 Pro was leaked, now in a new teaser revealed by the manufacturer itself confirms the amount of RAM of the device.
In Lenovo’s latest publicity campaign, the company now confirms the amount of RAM and new features of its next smartphone.
The posters released by Lenovo reveal that the Z5s will arrive with 8 GB of RAM, as well as support for two voice assistants, most likely being Google Assistant and other proprietary software for having large popularity in China.
The four teasers do not reveal the circular notch at the top of the screen; in all of them we see something above the circular notch; one of the plane, one of the Formula 1 race cars and a helicopter. But leaks have already indicated that the device will arrive with such a design that it should become the standard for almost all 2019 releases.
The Lenovo Z5s will be officially announced on December 18, next Tuesday, and should hit the market with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 678 or Snapdragon 710 processor, 6.3-inch circular notch display, 3.120 mAh battery and support for 18W quick charging.
As already confirmed, the device will have up to 8 GB of RAM, but information regarding the amount of internal storage has not yet been released. More details may leak or be officially presented in the next few days.