In just a few weeks, we saw some Android flagship smartphones coming out sporting 10GB of RAM, which seems like overkill for mobile devices. Chinese smartphone manufacturers Xiaomi and OnePlus have such devices, including Xiaomi Black Shark and Mi Mix 3, and the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition. But forget about it for a second, when the first smartphone with 12GB of RAM was only unveiled. Spoiler alert, it also comes from China, and you can not get it right now.
This is because the Lenovo Z5 Pro with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, a phone version that also cuts Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chip, is only expected to start in China at one point in 2019. The phone will cost 4,398 yuan ($ 638 ) in China, but accessibility details for international markets have not been disclosed. A bad reputation said a few weeks ago that Samsung will launch a Galaxy S1
Other RAM and storage configurations will be available for Z5 Pro, starting at 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage space, which will sell for 2,698 yuan ($ 391) in the region. Lenovo will also sell a less expensive version of the handset, according to data on the site, with a Snapdragon 710 processor, 6 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage.
Your phone has a full screen design like most 2018 Android flagships. However, the Z5 Pro does not hit the top, and that's because Lenovo went for a camera printing mechanism similar to what other Chinese handlers did earlier this year.
The slider hides a dual 16-megapixel self-camera and an 8-megapixel infrared camera. On the backside there is a dual camera with 24 megapixel and 16 megapixel sensors.
Other features include a 6.39-inch Samsung OLED display, Bluetooth 5.0, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, dual SIM support and 3350 mAh battery. A fingerprint sensor with the fifth generation will handle authentication. Also, there is no headphone jack on this device, which is not surprising given the fact that it has a pull-out mechanism. Wireless charging is also not supported. A USB-C port will handle both audio and charge needs. Finally, the Z5 Pro Android 9.0 Pie runs with Lenovo user interface at the top.
Pictures from the phone arrangement shared on Twitter by Samsung insider Ice Universe reveals that the Z5 Pro stands out the new iPhone XS and XR in AnTuTu, but it's probably the extra RAM that blames.