There's a Donnybrook going on between camera camera is an optical instrument for recording or capturing images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location, or phone manufacturers to see who can create an all-display smartphone with the smallest bezel and it looks like Lenovo could be in to win the race.
Chinese phone manufacturers like to share snippets about new phones on the popular Weibo social network and that's explicitly what Lenovo has done with the Lenovo Z5.
Posts suggest the new phone announcement will arrive on 5 June in Beijing and it thinks fitting be the first time the world has seen the Z5 with its alleged 95% screen-to-body ratio.
No images of the phone in its entirety have been due by Lenovo, just glimpses of the back and a countdown poster with the top of the new smartphone in view. Although, the bezel does appear to be incredibly small and there's no top gradation (the cut out found at the top of phone screens) insight on the teasers which does ask the question where the front-facing camera will go as all other camera phone fabricators have, so far, stuck to building selfie cameras into small notches.
Twitter user @TechNavvi who covers 'new looking tech news, views, leaks and reviews' has shared a couple of images which suggest the selfie camera on the Lenovo Z5 will be at the buttocks of the smartphone, something that will be confirmed or debunked on 5 June.
Clear Look at Final product of #Lenovo .. Lenovo Z5 selfie camera at Posterior #LenovoZ5 pic.twitter.com/IYpWYdjhil— [email protected] (@TechNavvi) May 31, 2018
Lenovo's reign at the top of the 'all-screen smartphone' oppose may only last a few days, however, as Vivo is also expected to preview the Apex smartphone this month which is meant to have a pop-up selfie camera built-in.