Lenovo Z5s could sport 10GB of RAM and offer dual Assistant support: report

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In the wake of OnePlus’s McLaren Edition, which comes with 10GB of RAM, Lenovo could be introducing up to 10GB of RAM n its next, the Lenovo Z5s. The Chinese handset maker has teased some of the features of its upcoming smartphone and one of it points to a possible 10GB RAM support.

Also read: Lenovo Z5s with in-screen selfie camera and triple rear camera will arrive in China

Lenovo Z5s: A gaming bet

Earlier this month, we learned that the handset manufacturer is getting ready to release its Lenovo Z5s smartphone on December 18. There was a render leak, which showcases that it could be sporting triple rear camera support. Plus, a centrally placed in-display selfie camera.

The in-display cutout is almost confirmed as the brand has purposely hidden the parts where the cutout is probably placed. This 6.3-inch display is touted to offering a great gaming experience as all the four posters recently teased by the brand showcases the games.

The posters also suggest that it will have dual personal assistants. We don’t know how that is supposed to work, but at least that’s what those Chinese posters scream out. Further, talking about the specifications of the Lenovo Z5s, it could opt Snapdragon 678 or 710.

Expect it to be running Android 9 Pie out of the box based custom user interface. And it could pack a 3210mAh capacity battery. There would be a rear mounted fingerprint sensor according to the previously leaked renders.

Also read: Lenovo K9 with 5.7-inch HD+ display and quad cameras launched in India

Are you guys much excited for the Lenovo Z5s smartphone launch in China? Hearing about Lenovo’s plans to make a splash in India with its new phone, we expect this model to pop-up in India. Take this information with a pinch of salt as its just a suggestion for the brand, but not a confirmation that it will be coming to India.


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