At Mobile World Congress 2019, we've seen various organizations revealing their first 5G-enabled smartphones. LG, Huawei, Xiaomi, ZTE, OnePlus, Oppo, and Sony exhibited their 5G phones (some were models) at the world's biggest mobile fair this year. We didn't hear much from Lenovo as of recently. The company was required to uncover its Z6 Pro smartphone at MWC, yet instead, the sum total of what we have is a look at the company's upcoming flagship.
Lenovo Phone VP, Edward Chang, offered a sneak look into the company's arrangements for its Z6 Pro smartphone and the eventual fate of 5G systems. Chang talked about how 5G cell systems will prepare for high-resolution recordings and photographs that will assume control over the Web in the following couple of years.
Lenovo's upcoming Z6 Pro will support 5G arranges and will include another 'HyperVision' camera that will be fit for something the company calls 'Hyper Videos'. Lenovo hasn't affirmed what these recordings will be about however has promised to uncover more details in the blink of an eye.
Chang further included that while 4G recordings are exchanged at 100Mbps-1Gbps system rates, future hyper recordings will be transmitted at 10Gbps or more rates.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro will offer the cutting edge camera advancements, said Chang. He said Lenovo has been working on its Hyper Video camera for quite a while, and it will transport with the Z6 Pro around June this year. The phone is required to discharge in China first. During the introduction, Chang likewise alluded to the new Nokia 9 PureView and an anonymous upcoming phone with a high-resolution camera sensor.
There was no notice of any specifications or pricing during the introduction. In any case, Chang hinted at revealing more details about the upcoming phone's camera technology sooner rather than later.