Lenovo is working on a new generation of its most interesting mid-range phones, in this case it is the Lenovo S5 and its passage through the TENAA. This time we have seen the technical sheet of the Lenovo S5 Pro in the Chinese certification, as well as the data revealed in its passage through the Geekbench performance test.
The last thing we have known about the Lenovo has been its future top of the range, the Lenovo Z5 Pro , which would reach the market with a formula similar to the Oppo Find X, with a screen without borders thanks to a retractable camera.
This is the fact sheet of the Lenovo S5 Pro four cameras
Massive cameras have already taken over the mid-range, starting with the Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 that has just released the four rear cameras, this new Lenovo S5 Pro also comes with four cameras, but spread across the front and back of the telephone. This time the Lenovo S5 Pro has shown in the TENAA a screen of 6.18 inches , with Full HD + resolution and aspect ratio of 19: 9. By the way, it also has notch at the top.
It will be a very powerful phone for the mid-range, if we consider that its processor is the Snapdragon 660 , the fastest for this range until the arrival of the Snapdragon 710 . The RAM shown in the certification is 3GB, 4GB or 6GB, while the internal storage will be 32GB, 64GB and 128GB expandable by microSD cards. The rear camera is dual , with two sensors of 20 and 12 megapixels, while in front it also has a dual camera , with two sensors of 20 and 8 megapixels.
While of the battery we have not known anything in the TENAA, on its software we have seen it happen with Android 8.1.0 Oreo in the performance test of Geekbench. The most curious thing is that a few days ago a teaser was known that was attributed to this phone, with a quadruple camera arranged like the Huawei Mate 20 , with a square arrangement. So what seems now is that Lenovo was advancing that this new mid-range would have four cameras in total, and not with four behind, as many expected. In any case, another possibility is that these four cameras reach the back of the Lenovo Z5 Pro, although it is unlikely, as a result of its design similar to the Oppo Find X.