The Lenovo S5 Pro will come with a quad-camera setup at the back for primary imaging purposes. While one of the cameras has been confirmed be a 2X telephoto lens, another one of them is going to be with a regular field of view. The other two sensors could function as a wide-angle, monochrome or another telephoto lens.
Lenovo has shared some sample photos that have been clicked solely by the 2X telephoto lens on Lenovo S5 Pro – an upcoming smartphone from the Chinese company which will boast go four cameras at the back.
The Chinese company looks to get back to some prominence with the Lenovo S5 Pro, which was earlier dubbed as the Z5 Pro. This suggests that Lenovo plans to keep as much distance as possible from the disaster that was the Z5 smartphone which launched earlier this year and earned negative reviews due to the company’s over the top false advertising.
Coming back to the matter at hands, the Lenovo S5 Pro will come with a quad-camera setup at the back for primary imaging purposes. While one of the cameras has been confirmed be a 2X telephoto lens, another one of them is going to be with a regular field of view. We can expect the other two sensors to function as a wide-angle lens, a monochrome sensor or another telephoto lens with 3X zoom.
All four of the sample pictures shared have been stamped with a label that reads “Lenovo S5 Pro (AI) Super 2X Optical Zoom”, confirming that the image we see is close to real. Even with 2X zoom, the images appear quite clear with a good amount of dynamic range, sharpness and colour saturation with no noise levels as such.
According to previous leaks, the Lenovo S5 Pro won’t feature a notch but instead be an all-screen display with a slider mechanism for the front-facing camera. The Chinese company recently started sending invites for an event that is scheduled to take place in India on October 16. This means the Lenovo S5 Pro could be launched away from China with flagship specs like a 6.5-inch Quad-HD+ screen, 4,000mAh+ battery, in-display fingerprint scanner, Snapdragon 845 and up to 8GB of RAM. – The Mobile Indian