Lenovo has made what some have described as an all-display phone, and it will arrive next month.

Edge-to-edge displays, nearly bezel-less phones, all-display phones, etc, whatever you call them, they're popular at the moment, and now Lenovo is getting ready to introduce its own take, in the form of the Z5 smartphone. According to Lenovo's Weibo page, the company will debut its next flagship in Beijing on 5 June (2pm local time). But what's most interesting about this device is that it is notch-less.

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Lenovo VP Chang Cheng recently said the Z5 has a 95 per cent screen-to-body ratio, with nothing getting in the way (not even a larger bottom part of the bezel - usually called the "chin"). We're not sure if this means it has no selfie camera, or if it's a pop-up camera like what the Vivo Apex features. But we'll know for sure next week. The company just posted several event teasers to social media.

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Eventually, we suspect, our phones will just be screens that we hold, with only software being the main identifier. No notch. No chin. Just a screen.

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