Lenovo starts 2018 with a fresh launch, programmed on the 20th March this year. The current designated Vice President Chang Cheng launched teasers of their latest smartphone, Lenovo S5. A blogging platform flashes information about the new Lenovo S5, giving hints about appearance, powering of the device and facts about the smartphone undergoing a re-branding process, and you can read all about in the following.
Lenovo pushes itself for developing ingenious devices with more and more durable and powerful batteries while including them in a slimline design. Taking a step back, their launching event for Lenovo P2 last year featured a smartphone with a 5200 mAh battery. The company thrives to the top, therefore, the new Lenovo S5 coming out in March is equipped with a gross battery capacity of no less than 6000 mAh.
The Changes Within
There has been a reorganizing movement made inside Lenovo Company in means of branding. India has stopped releases under Vibe’s branding and Lenovo S5 will follow in China. Ditching Vibe’s branding could represent a new perspective on Lenovo’s future devices.
Lenovo Vibe S1 which was unveiled back in 2015 focused on a beautiful design and ergonomic shape, whereas Lenovo’s S5 biggest asset remains the enormous battery capacity, a trend that has been already settled in Lenovo P series devices.
The Motorola emblem stands for the primary reason for which Lenovo didn’t make it up to the highest standard of quality possible neither in the Chinese market nor the Indian one. But if there is one innovative smartphone winning at the performance that’s released every quarter, our money is on Lenovo S5 this time for making it to the top. We do not hold information for the time the smartphone will be available in the Indian marketplace.
- 6000 mAh battery power
- Slimline design
- Glass-made back of the device
- Running ZUI
- Specially assigned hardware security chip
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