Lenovo teases its upcoming smartphone series, that will challenge the recently launched Redmi Note 9 trio

It’s now a race to prove something best than the better. That’s what happens in the world of gadgets, where the ultimate race is to upgrade one step ahead of what already present. 

The Chines smartphone manufacturer Lenovo isn’t too far with this race and posted a couple of images on Weibo. The report says these images were posted to tease its upcoming smartphone series which is expected to compete the recently announced Redmi’s Note 9 trio. 

The Weibo update- 

Thus images got a great response from all smartphone lovers and Lenovo’s fans. Through these images, Lenovo revealed few details and the classic outer design of its upcoming smartphone lineup.

It’s expected that the first smartphone from the lineup will have a squircle-shaped camera island on the back. A camera bump is no common in the upcoming smartphone series. Also, it expected to get a three cameras alignment with an LED flash.

From the image, it’s clear that the smartphone will pack a punch-hole display and along the right side of the frame, we will get the power key placed. 

The other view of the smartphone shows there’s another button on the left. This might be to summon the digital assistant and volume adjustment.  

With a closer view, you can notice that the 3.5mm headphone jack is placed at the top.

What makes the smartphone unique is the punch-hole display and the more key placement. However, there are no specs yet confirmed by Lenovo for this upcoming smartphone lineup. 

However, Weibo post reveals that this smartphone series will have a better camera, a quite bigger screen, and an attractive and handy design.

But, the question arises better then what? The sentence “6 is more than 9” in the post indicates that this series from Lenovo will compete with the recently launched Redmi Note 9 series.

Now, all we can do is to wait, till this smartphone series get an official launch. Stay Tuned! We will keep you updated with every tech and launches. 


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