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Lenovo Z6 Pro retail box appears ahead of official unveiling

04 April 2019 2

The Chinese giant Lenovo is gearing to announce the next flagship Z6 Pro later this month. Ahead of its official announcement the company is continuously teasing special features of the upcoming flagship. Today the company released the Z6 Pro retail box ahead of official launch. According to Lenovo the retail box and Z6 Pro is designed by the designer of Beijing Olympic 2008 games Xiangyun torch. Unfortunately, the company didn't reveal any other details regarding the Z6 Pro.

Initially the Z6 Pro was expected to go official at the MWC 2019, however, at the event, the company confirmed its arrival pretty soon. So far Lenovo teaser confirms few key features of Z6 Pro. The first prominent aspect is "Hyper Videos". So far it is still in the dark what kind of goodies Hyper videos will bring on board, the company only reveals it will b trend of the 5G era.

Recently another teaser video was released with a caption of "Super Night mode" which reveals the device will bring special mode to capture in low-light conditions. The company VP Chang Cheng stated it took more than a year to build this special Super Night Mode.

Being the flagship phone it will be running on the Qualcomm's Octa-core Snapdragon 855 SoC. It will have an under-glass fingerprint scanner. Fortunately, the official launch isn't far away, we can expect more details will appear in the coming days. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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