Lenovo has finally, after a solid dose of rumors and misleading official teasers, unveiled its latest flagship, the Lenovo Z6 Pro. Lenovo’s VP had earlier teased the smartphone in a post on Weibo with a hashtag that translated to “100MP”. If you’ve been following news about the device, you might be interested in the wallpapers it has been shown off with. You can now download Lenovo Z6 Pro stock wallpapers right here.
Lenovo Z6 Pro Wallpapers
There are 11 wallpapers in the Lenovo Z6 Pro wallpapers pack and you can see all of them below. Keep in mind though that these are compressed JEPGs not quite suitable for setting up as wallpapers but good enough for demonstration. The actual wallpapers are packed together in a single zip file linked below the images.
Lenovo Z6 Pro wallpapers look really great. The first 5 stock wallpapers are my favorites. Download them now, copy them to your device and apply as your phone’s home or lock screen background.
Lenovo Z6 Pro
With how it was teased you’d expect a 100MP camera to be the USP of the device but in reality, the Lenovo Z6 Pro does little to stand out. The 100MP teased earlier was a sum total of the megapixel count of all the cameras on the device. There are four cameras on the device, by the way.
The back of the phone looks quite generic now since almost every other phone looks like that from the back. The triple camera set up on the back has been aligned vertically on the side. All of them have been put together in a single module while another Time of Flight sensor (TOF) is a separate entity sitting right below the other cameras.
But then the LED flash has been placed at the top, right next to the very first camera sensor ditching the whole vertical alignment thing. A vertical strip passes through the axis of the camera set up all the way through. The Lenovo branding also finds its place along this strip towards the bottom, in a very Huawei-like fashion.
On the front, there is a huge screen with a tiny water-drop-like notch which isn’t quite like a water-drop notch. It’s more like a Samsung Infinity-U notch. There is, of course, a chin at the bottom of it. To Lenovo’s credit though it is quite small, but not as small the marketing material would have you believe. It’s closer to the chin on the OnePlus 6. Besides, no one but Apple has been able to get rid of the chin yet, not even Samsung.
Another area where Lenovo follows the trend is the glass build of the device. The back is not quite multicolored, but it does produce different shades of the color. A metallic rim protects the glass body from the sides, as usual. It’s available in green or red.
Lenovo understands the market they’re targeting this device for and have hence included both a USB Type C charging port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Lenovo Z6 Pro Specs
The front features a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen. It has a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2340 pixels and a pixel per inch count of 403. This results in a ~85.3% screen-to-body ratio with a display aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
Under the display rests the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 with the Adreno 640 GPU. The device comes in a few variants with different RAM and storage options. There’s a 512GB option with 12GB of RAM, a 256GB variant with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB variant with either 8GB or 6GB of RAM. Most people should be quite alright with the cheapest 128GB variant which has ample RAM. In case you need more storage, an external SD card is always cheaper and the Lenovo Z6 Pro supports expandable memory up to 512GB.
The entire device is powered by a large 4000mAh battery capable of fast charging at 15W.
The primary camera on the back is a 48 MP shooter with an f/1.8 lens, and autofocus support. It also supports HDR and panorama shots. The second camera is a 16 MP with an f2.2, 12mm ultra-wide lens. An 8 MP telephoto sensor is also included in the vertically aligned camera module. The TOF sensor is a 2MP sensor with an f/1.8 lens and supports OIS and PDAF. The camera set up is accompanied by a dual-LED flash.
The front camera is a 32MP sensor with an f/2.0 lens. The rear camera can record video at 2160p @ 30fps or 1080p at 120fps while the front camera can shoot up to 1080p videos at 30 fps.
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