Lenovo is likely to launch new Moto devices and first Project Tango smartphone at its Lenovo Tech World 2016 on June 9. Ahead of that event, a new render has surfaced of a yet to launch smartphone highlighting the thinness of the device.
The device in the render is presumed as Moto Z Style and 9to5 Google says its just 5.2 mm thick. The report at 9to5 Google further notes that the device will come with flagship specs like 5.5-inch Quad HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and up to 4GB RAM.
Earlier reports suggested that Moto Z will be a modular smartphone with hot swappable back cases. Moto Z will be the second modular smartphone after LG G5 but can Lenovo execute it better than LG, that will be the matter of interest.
Lenovo had announced its plans to launch first Project Tango based smartphone later this year and we could see the device at company’s Tech World Conference. Lenovo’s Project Tango will simplify 3D mapping indoor areas.
Lenovo is also likely to announce successor to its budget smartphone Moto E at its Tech World Conference. Lenovo Moto E will reportedly feature 5-inch 720p HD display and will be powered by a MediaTek processor.
Lenovo Moto E is likely to come with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. The 9to5 Google confirms that Moto E will get a 7MP rear camera and a 4.7MP front camera.
Stay tuned for more update from Lenovo’s Tech World Conference later this week.