Lenovo, a Hong Kong-based smartphone manufacturer, has announced its Z6 smartphone today after launching its two other siblings in the April and May this year. The company first launched Lenvo Z6 Pro in April which was followed by the launch of Z6 Lite in May. Today, the base version of Lenovo Z6 has also been announced, though the wait turned out to be slightly longer this time as it should have been launched in June.
Traditionally, smartphone manufacturers launch an entire lineup or series of smartphones at a single launch event. However, Lenovo has taken a different route by launching 3 smartphones of the same series in three separate months. The Lenovo Z6 launched today comes with a 6.39-inche large OLED display, Snapdragon 730 processor, 24mp + 8mp telephoto + 5mp depth sensing triple lens camera, 16mp selfie camera and 4,000 mAh battery with 15-watt fast charging support.
Lenovo Z6 – Memory Options
- 6GB RAM, 64GB storage
- 6GB RAM, 128GB storage
- And 8GB RAM, 128GB storage.
The key highlight of Lenovo Z6 is its display, which has got a refresh rate of 120 Hz and supports HDR10 with DCI-P3 wide color gamut. What this means is that whatever you see on this display will be the closest thing to real life, and you can also play a number of cool games on it with truly immersive experience.
The device is available for purchase in blue color (only). While its most basic variant costs about $275, the other 6GB RAM variant with 128 GB storage costs $270. And finally, the 8GB variant is being sold for about $365. Please note that all these prices have been converted from Chinese Yuan to US dollars because at the moment the device is being sold in China. So take these prices only as best estimates. The original pricing may differ when this device is launched in the United States.
Source – Lenovo China
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