Lenovo S5 Pro: An Android-Powered Affordable New Phone
According to latest reports, the new Lenovo S5 Pro is ready for a big launch this month.
Sources are saying that the launch of the new phone is going to be a special one, where the company will not just launch one phone; but two.
Additionally and moreover, the launch of the new phone has also been confirmed by Lenovo. This means and shows that the phone will be making its way to the table soon.
Parent company, Lenovo, has confirmed that the phone is already completed and done.
According to us, Tech Unveiled, the new Lenovo phone is one that is a user-friendly, tech-savvy phone. However, a compromise but a good one.
It is a sturdy phone that can help you last a good few years for you or so.
The Lenovo S5-Pro: Specifications
The Lenovo S5 Pro is going to come with TWO, front-cameras. It will also have a special dual rear camera set up.
The S5 Pro, on the other hand, will have better features and specs.
Furthermore, the new Android phone is going to come with many healthy features. These include the following:
- A good, fast Qualcomm processor
- High speed processors
- A powerful ram
- A quick processing speed
The new phone by Lenovo is also expected to have some elements of AI in it.
The phone will be available in different colors including red, black, and blue.
Details About The New Lenovo Remain Hidden For Now
Moreover, there hasn’t been much that has been revealed about the phone YET. However, the phone is going to be better than its predecessor, the Lenovo S5.
The Lenovo S5 had a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. Moreover, it has 2 RAM variants, 3GB Ram, 4GB Ram and 128GB worth of internal storage.
The S5 further had a full HD display and it runs on the Android 8.0 Oreo based ZUI 4.0.
Additionally, the worldwide launch of the new S5 Pro is set for an October 18th release.
With some new features, a fast processor, and a quick apprehensive model altogether, the new phone will have a lot to boast for tech-savvy customers, who want a budget Android phones that they can use for the next 2-3 years or so.
For more updates, stay tuned for more updates at Tech Unveiled
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