The Lenovo Z6 Pro has introduced a couple of months ago as the new flagship of a company that does not give up in the smartphone sector. We are talking about a quite complete device that has just been renewed with two highlights: 5G connectivity and transparent housing. The Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G is now official and we are going to tell you all the details of the first fifth-generation terminal of the Asian company.

5G technology has become one of the most prominent trends this year. The MWC 2019 in Barcelona was the scenario in which we could see more devices that added these two acronyms to their nomenclature. However, we had to wait until the MWC 2019 in Shanghai for Lenovo to present its candidature for the future reign of the fifth generation. We tell you all the details of the  Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G.

Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G: Snapdragon X50 modem and transparent back

The Hong Kong-based company has decided to fully integrate into the 5G trend to present a device that comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X50 modem as a power base with the Snapdragon 855 . We speak of a model with characteristics identical to those of the standard version that is presented as a bet of the Asian giant for the future of smartphones.

  • 6.39 inch screen with 2340 x 1080 pixel resolution.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Processor + Snapdragon X50 Modem
  • RAM memory of 6/8/12 GB.
  • Internal storage of 128/256/512 GB.
  • Rear camera of 48 Mpx + 16 Mpx + 8 + 2 Mpx (ToF)
  • 32 Mpx front camera.
  • Others: Type C USB connector, screen fingerprint sensor and 3.5 mm headphone jack.
  • Connectivity: Dual band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, dual GPS, dual SIM, FM radio …
  • 4000 mAh battery.
  • Operating system: Android: Android 9 Foot under ZUI 11.

As we can see, the features between the Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G and the standard version are identical if we ignore the new Qualcomm modem. However, the aesthetic undergoes a very important change that can not be ignored. The new Lenovo phone has a transparent back that gives a much more sophisticated design to the Phone. A strategy that Lenovo has borrowed from Xiaomi but that, in this case, it is unknown if it is a sticker or you can really appreciate the circuits of the phone.