The Lenovo Z5 will arrive sometime in June and since it does not appear to have a facial recognition sensor other than the one that will be incorporated via software, it will probably have a fingerprint scanner for user authentication.
20 tourists swept away in Neelum Valley bridge collapse
He has directed all the departments concerned to expedite the rescue efforts, the PM Office Media Wing said in a press release. A total of six bodies have been recovered so far while a search for six more students is under way.
In a post on Weibo (via Engadget) by Lenovo's President Chang Cheng, he seems to be teasing that the company could be working on a "true" all-screen smartphone. Besides that, the post leaves it pretty vague. The teaser is also a concept sketch, so we may not be getting the full story here. Lenovo did not immediately respond to CNET's request for comment.
Smartphone bezels are getting smaller all the time, with phones such as the iPhone X now offering an nearly all-screen design, other than a notch, but Lenovo could be about to ditch the notch as well and deliver a truly bezel-free phone.
NES Classic Will Be Back in Stock This June
How much is the NES Classic, and where can I buy it? These games included such greats as The Legend of Zelda , Super Mario Bros . Following outrage from fans, Nintendo announced in late 2017 that the NES Classic would be back in 2018.
All-screen phones look cool, but they challenge the manufacturer to find a place to put front cameras, sensors and other hardware.
Cheng's sketch, which is captioned with a "Lenovo Z5" mention, shows not a single displaced pixel on the front-facing screen. Things have taken a different turn and the Chinese company's VP Chang Cheng reveals that it took a total of 18 patented technologies to achieve this design. That's a massively impressive ratio, but the teaser doesn't show us the entire device.
Lego builds miniature Windsor castle to celebrate royal wedding
The 96-year-old was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in central London last month for a planned hip replacement. He also sported a pair of driving glasses during his jaunt outside the castle, on his way to watch the show.