A few months ago the Chinese company presented the Lenovo S5, a mid-range terminal with very interesting features. In the Chinese company, we are used to seeing improved versions of the terminals presented, and it seems that this will continue to be the case. Lenovo is preparing a Lenovo S5 Pro with more powerful specifications. The vice president has shown one of the most important characteristics.
The vice president of the company has published on his profile of the Chinese social network Weibo or an image where you can see four cameras with square shape. In the center, there is a led flash. It reminds us a lot of the design of the next Huawei Mate 20, with the difference that it will have one more lens.
The publication does not show anything else, but there is a very interesting detail, and that is that it was published with a Lenovo S5 Pro, a terminal that has not yet been submitted. Does that mean that the Lenovo S5 Pro will have 4 cameras? It is most likely. Unfortunately, we do not know the resolution and function of 4 lenses.
For the most clueless, the Lenovo S5 is a mobile presented a few months ago. It has a very interesting configuration, such as a 5.7-inch screen, 8-core Qualcomm processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, dual camera, and autonomy of 3000mAh.
The Lenovo S5 Pro would not replace this device but would remain as an improved version, with possibly more screen, more powerful processor, more RAM and a camera with four lenses. Of course, it will be more expensive than the other version. In addition, we could see improvements in the design, since the S5 is a mid-range terminal, and this could be in the high range.
At the moment the presentation date of Lenovo S5 Pro is unknown. We have not seen any images of its design beyond this camera with four lenses. It seems that we will have to wait for the next news, although we do not expect large leaks.
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