After a long month of revealing each parameter, Lenovo recently announced that the Lenovo Z6 smartphone will be launched on July 9. The device has a waterdrop screen, a powerful 8nm chip, a large capacity battery, and an attractive price.
Lenovo Z6 has two glass sides and in the middle is a 6000 series aluminum frame. The device has a 6.39 inch OLED screen with a water drop design. The screen resolution of the Machine is full HD + (2340 x 1080 pixels) and supports a maximum brightness of 600 nit.
Compared to the body, Lenovo Z6 screen accounts for 93.1%. More specifically, the Lenovo Z6 screen supports a refresh rate of up to 120Hz, HDR10 +, and DCI-P3 color gamut. Below the screen is a 6th-generation optical fingerprint sensor.
Comes with Snapdragon 730 chip, Lenovo Z6 memory options include 6GB + 64GB, 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB. It has a microSD card slot for users to comfortably upgrade to more storage capacity.
The rear camera cluster of Lenovo Z6 is arranged vertically in the upper left corner. These include the main camera using a Sony IMX576 24MP sensor (f / 1.8 aperture), 8MP zoom camera with 2x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom and finally a 5MP depth camera. In front of the device in the water droplet is a 16MP camera.
Other parameters of the Lenovo Z6 include a 4,000mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging, Dolby Atmos sound, supports 2 SIMs, 4G VoLTE … The device runs Android 9 Pie right away when it ships with the ZUI11 interface.
The three versions of the Lenovo Z6 coming here are priced at 6.4 million, 7.1 million and 8.45 million respectively. Lenovo Z6 launched in China from 9/7 here and only a dark blue.
Phone screens will work more efficiently with new OLED technology
A development team of the Department of Physics and Chemistry at Imperial College London is researching and developing new OLED technology to make phone displays more beautiful and also save more energy.
One of the biggest enemies of phone batteries is the screen. Developers increasingly want their screens to be bigger, as evidenced by the 6.67-inch screen of the OnePlus 7 Pro and they need to be bright enough to be able to display well outdoors. That means the phone will need to use more power. But a new OLED technology can help increase brightness while still saving energy.
This new research is developed based on a special technology. The team uses a special development process that helps the OLED screen emit polarized light.
So, what does that mean? Monitors often include filters to help reduce glare from outside light sources (like the sun). These make it easy to see the light coming from your device’s screen, but they also prevent the light from the screen to be blocked by the filters, which must increase the brightness. so we can see it more clearly, and this causes waste of energy.
By creating OLEDs that emit polarized light, the team at Imperial College London is able to pass light from the OLED screen through the polarizing filter while the external light source will still be filtered by it.
For now, this won’t mean much to the phone. Because it is still being researched, it will not apply to phone models unless it is officially announced. But once it has been fully developed, this technology can be applied on TVs, smartwatches, … not just phones.