Chinese electronics company Lenovo has got an event planned for 5 August this year and there have been rumblings about that they have in store for the world when it takes place.
An image, posted by a Lenovo marketing manager on the Weibo social network, shows a piece of the phone that will apparently be arriving soon. From the image we can gather that the handset, which is currently known as the K920, will have a 16MP camera with optical image stabilisation (OIS) and a dual LED flash. There are shades of the G3 there already, minus the laser autofocus but that might still be confirmed later.
The handset also appears to have a metallic body, something that would stand Lenovo in good stead if the speculation is true. The K920 might wind up being renamed to the Vibe Z2 Pro when/if it launches later this year as well.
As to the other specs, nothing has been confirmed with this teaser but Digital Trends reports that a series of specifications leaked earlier this year, suggesting that Lenovo would be packing in a Snapdragon 801, 3GB of RAM and gigantic 6-inch 2560 x 1440 display with 32GB of storage on an upcoming handset. That sounds an awful lot like fighting specs for a flagship phone to us.
The only downside to the phone, whether it proves to be an LG beater or just a contender, is that it might not make the journey to countries like South Africa. As always, we’ll keep you posted on any developments.
Source: Digital Trends