Lenovo is having a busy June with back-to-back launching ceremonies of its cutting-edge products like Lenovo Watch X, the much-anticipated hard-drive amongst others.
A brief study on those new devices is outlined here in this article.
Lenovo Watch X: Features and Specs
Lenovo came up with a new smartwatch series “Lenovo Watch X (10)” to satisfy the users who were not much happy with the earlier watch of Lenovo (Watch 9). The new invention is coming with OLED sensors and carries half a dozen of sensors. The sensors include a geomagnetic sensor, a gravity sensor, a blood pressure sensor, a heart rate sensor, a barometer, and a gyroscope.
The OLED screen enables visualizing the recorded readings in real time. The watch comes with a Milanese strap; however, there is also a leather strapped variant for the ones who prefer a leather strap. The smartwatch is powered by 600 mAh battery, which assures to last for 45 days on standby. The connecting partner of this smartwatch is Bluetooth 5.0 LE, and the watch also holds water resistant up to 80 meters. The smartwatch is available in two colors; black and silver.
Besides, there is also another variant for this watch series, which is called as Lenovo Watch X Plus. The price of Watch X is ¥299 for Milanese strapped watches and ¥329 for leather strapped watches. The price of Watch X Plus is ¥399 for Milanese strapped watches and ¥429 for leather strapped watches.
Lenovo Particle Cloud: Features and Specs
Lenovo is becoming pro in unraveling the nascent side of technology. Recently the company kept touting about Z5’s 4TB storage, which later turned out to be 4TB cloud storage device named as Lenovo Particle Cloud. This device serves as home data storage, block-chain product, and a smart data-sharing device. As it has been already hinted at, this equips a storage room of 4TB.
In addition, it allows distributed storage privacy encryption that helps the users to work with real-time storage of videos, photos, and documents. The Particle Cloud promises high-speed access to the stored data and sharing it at any place and at any time. This 4TB device is installed with a Quad-core processor of frequency 1.5GHz. The other features of this device include 2GB DDR3 RAM and an 8GB eMMC flash memory. It delivers a great performance with a low operating noise of just 26db, consumption of just 3.5W, high-temperature resistance, shock-resistance, and serves for up to 114 years. The device will be out in the market on June 18 at a cost of 1399 Yuan (~$218).
Lenovo Z5: Features and Specs
The company’s advertisement for Z5 seems not to have fulfilled the promised features on its launch. The advertisement claimed that the device is going to completely bezel-less with no notch and a 95% screen to body ratio. However, it seems the launched product has not satisfied even a single promise it has done with the sketch of Lenovo Z5 that was advertised in Chinese blogging site Weibo.
The launched phone had side bezels, and it also carried a top notch. The screen to body ration was also found to be 90% and not 95%. The advertised images of Z5 were hardly similar to the features it carried in the real piece. The cost of 64GB storage and 6GB RAM embedded Lenovo is 1,299 Yuan (around Rs 13,700) and the cost of 128GB storage and 6GB RAM is 1,799 Yuan (around Rs 18,800).
The phone is coming into the market on June 12. The actual specification of Z5 include a 6.2-inch FHD+ display that comes with a resolution of 2246×1080 pixels, an aspect ratio of 19:9, a notch on top, double-sided 2.5D Corning Gorilla glass, an octa-core Snapdragon 636, a 3,300mAh battery, and the camera features include a dual 16MP rear cameras backed by Artificial Intelligence and front shooter is 8MP with f/2.0 aperture.