Lenovo S5 Pro Would Be The First Four-Camera Smartphone Of The Chinese Manufacturer

Lenovo VP Chang Cheng released a teaser for the upcoming Chinese manufacturer’s Lenovo S5 Pro handset which would be the first Lenovo four-camera smartphone. The Lenovo official posted an image on Weibo, the renowned Chinese social network, taken with the upcoming S5 Pro smartphone.

Lenovo S5 Pro would be the first four-camera smartphone of the Chinese producer

The photo shared by Chang Cheng is a low-resolution image, so it’s not revealing any detail on the quality of the cameras on the future Lenovo S5 Pro. Also, this is clearing up some confusion created by some rumors that said the upcoming four-camera device of the Chinese manufacturer would be the Z5 Pro which would be announced today. Now, we know it’s not about that, but about the Lenovo S5 Pro which resembles with the future Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

According to the watermarks appearing on the image shared by Lenovo VP Chang Cheng on Weibo revealed that the snapshot was captured using Super 2X Optical Zoom mode and it also confirms that the S5 Pro’s camera app would be backed up by Artificial Intelligence.

In short, the upcoming Lenovo S5 Pro would be the first four-camera smartphone of this Chinese manufacturer.

Lenovo S5 Pro rumored technical specifications

We expect Lenovo S5 Pro to come out as an updated variant of the Lenovo S5 the Chinese producer launched in March this year. Also, we don’t believe the new version would roll out with significant improvements, excepting the four-camera setup on its back.

Lenovo S5 came out with a 5,7-inch display, octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32 Gb internal storage. Accordingly, the upcoming Lenovo S5 Pro might come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 or Snapdragon 630, 6 Gb of RAM, and 128 Gb internal memory.

Thus, the most significant change we’ll witness would be the Lenovo S5 Pro’s quad-camera setup on its back. Accordingly, Lenovo S5 Pro would be the first four-camera smartphone of the Chinese manufacturer, similar to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, also a Chinese smartphone that would boast four main cameras.

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