"The camera hole" seems to replace the more traditional gap in the future, but we still do not know what the concept really is going to end up looking like a personal one. At least not until today: Sparrow News seems to have got its hands on real (if small potatoes) photos and videos Lenovo Z5S, which has such a circular cutout. And it looks like quite snazzy.
With Huawei (and potentially Samsung) with regard to the camera openings in the coming phones, the odds are that at least one phone will go to the sport in the near future. So even though our enthusiasm for Lenovo's phone is weaker, given the likelihood that this will only be a connection with China, only the concept excites us and we now see how it actually looks.
I really do not consider the new water / bark arches too visually insulting (although Pixel 3 XL's significant pethead is still too much for me) but if anyone has any linguistic aesthetic upset of the concept, I think the circular cut should be more comfortable . The video seems to be small enough to hide in the notification tray as if it was just a blurry notification icon, and it's just a small subtle for its height – and padding does not look as if it's needed.
It's an absolute still-visible feature, but it's so small on the screen, even scratchy should be able to forgive. At least until we find a way to hide the camera below the screen.
If you are really interested in the Lenovo Z5S as a phone itself, Sparrow News has also gotten a handful of specifications (probably via MySmartPrice) based on the submission of the Chinese MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology). There will also be a 6.3 "18: 9 screen with unspecified resolution, a 3210 mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor at a more traditional rear position, and also have three cameras facing the back, with the front unit housed in Other technical information such as SoC certain though they may have the upcoming Snapdragon 8150.