Chinese manufacturer doubled the memory of the initial model, released in June in China and also increased the capacity of internal storage.
Lenovo announced in June the arrival of its flagship Z5, with 6GB of memory and up to 128GB of internal storage. The equipment had already been upgraded in November to the Z5 Pro version while retaining its specifications but replacing the notch-based front camera design for a sliding screen system. Lenovo has now turned the table and introduced the Z5 Pro GT model, with 12 GB of RAM, the first smartphone known with these features. Plus, you'll have up to 512 GB of internal storage.
It is a "battle cry" in RAM's ability to rely on the first smartphone to hit the market with 10 GB of RAM, such as the Red Magic Mars or Vivo Nex Dual Display Edition, for example.
The icing on the cake is the brand new Snapdragon 855 from Qualcomm. Engadget says that the Z5 Pro GT has a design very similar to the previous one, but it emphasizes a red metallic frame around the screen, as well as similar adornments around the chambers. The back cover also has a carbon fiber pattern.
The remaining features remain of the Z5 Pro version, such as the AMOLED screen of 6.39 inches, debuting images at 2340×1080, a double rear lens of 16 MP and 24 MP, and the front 16 MP and 8 MP. The battery is 3,350 mAh, powered by a USB-C port.
The smartphone hits the market on January 24, with pre-orders to open on the 15th. As for pricing, there is a "basic" version of 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage for $ 390, but the of top, with 12GB RAM and 512GB of internal memory will cost $ 640.