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Lenovo’s VP teases an upcoming smartphone with slide-out camera



When the iPhone X was launched with a notch, no one would’ve imagined that almost every smartphone maker will copy that design by adding notched displays to its phones. It won’t be wrong to say that notch was the biggest 2018’s trend which a lot of smartphone companies followed. It looks like we just got the idea of what the 2019’s flagship phones are going to look like.

At the IFA, Honor announced that it would launch the Honor Magic 2 with an almost bezel-less display and a slide-out camera. Just after that announcement, Xiaomi’s president posted the image of Mi Mix 3 on Weibo which too, is coming with the same camera mechanism. Now, it’s Lenovo that recently teased an upcoming phone with a bezel-less design and a slide out camera mechanism.

There is no information on the name, but the phone shown in the teaser video has almost no bezels on all the four sides. There is a slider that brings out the front-facing camera and other sensors. Also, the phone has an in-screen fingerprint reader which is something we are yet to see on a Lenovo flagship.

Upcoming Lenovo device with slide-out camera

Upcoming Lenovo device with a slide-out camera

We all know how the company teased the Lenovo Z5 with a bezel-less design and high-end specifications, but most of the things claimed in the teasers turned out as false. We hope this is not the case with this new device that is being teased by Lenovo.


Arvind is an 19-year old college student and the one who started DroidHolic. Currently, he works as the Editor-in-Chief, webmaster and Managing Director. Passionate about smartphones, he likes to write on latest smartphone trends. You can connect with him via social media.

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