The Lenovo Z5 was teased by the company’s VP Chang Cheng for weeks with a near bezel less display. The first phtot was posted on Weibo with literally no bezels and showed the top right corner. In the coming weeks, a sketch was revealed with a 100% screen to body ratio and more leaks by Chang Cheng.Then, finally after around a month, the Lenovo Z5 was launched yesterday. We had halfheartedly expected the bottom chin, but as it turns out, the Z5 has a big notch too. It looked nothing like the entire month of leaks had made us expect it to look like. Well, that’s just one lie. Twitter user @UniverseIce posted a picture comparing the Lenovo Z5’s press release images to its real image. The bezels are significantly bigger on all sides.Lenovo claims a screen to body ratio of 90% even with the notch and the chin which look pretty standard when compared to other Android phones that haven’t hit that score. The screen is a 6.2 inch 1080p panel and the device supposedly comes with the Snapdragon 636. It comes in 6GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB configurations. The cameras are a 16 MP dual rear system placed like the iPhone X.This is unacceptable. Lenovo lied to both the media and its customers. At least say that the design you show off is a prototype. They even lied about it being the first phone to come with 4 TB of storage This was Lenovo’s turn to win the game but now it looks like its all over for them. At their present rate of lying, I wouldn’t be surprised that we would be getting a phone with larger bezels and older aspect ratio, a worse processor and a sticker for a screen by the time it launches officially.
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