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Lenovo Z5s with triple camera setup leaked in a new poster, to launch on 18 December

The Lenovo Z5s which is the Chinese phone maker's upcoming smartphone is set to launch on 18 December. According to an earlier GSMArena report, the phone was expected to be launched on 6 December, which was confirmed by Lenovo's own teaser. But it looks like the date has now been postponed to 18 December. Lenovo has released a new poster now with a change in the date.

Lenovo Z5s with triple camera setup leaked in a new poster, to launch on 18 December
The poster released by Lenovo Group VP Chang Cheng according to a report by
GizmoChina. The Lenovo Weibo account showcases the poster which has a gradient colour theme hinting at a probable gradient design on the rear of the Z5s.
The launch poster teases a triple camera setup on the Lenovo Z5s which looks exactly like the one we had seen on the Huawei P20 Pro when it launched earlier this year. You have a vertically aligned triple camera setup with two cameras in one cluster followed by a third camera. A flash unit is present below the third camera lens. There are no details on the configuration of the camera leaked yet. Towards the end of November, we had seen some leaked images of the front portion of the alleged Lenovo Z5s. The leaked hands-on photos of this new Lenovo device rumoured as the Z5s were spotted on Sparrow News and it showed the device to have a notch, not in the shape of waterdrop like Oppo A7 or a bathtub one seen on the Google Pixel 3 XL, but more of a punched hole.
The leaked photos have their displays turned on, making it easier for us to see how the screen might look like. The display seems to have extremely thin bezels with rounded edges. Due to the screen size it seems that it might get a bit difficult to use the phone single-handedly. The notch looks like a bindi that has been put on the screen. The location of the notch doesn't seem to disturb the status bar as such and it might also be better for video-calls. We will wait for 18 December to see if these speculations are indeed true.

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