has released a fresh trailer on Weibo that can spy on the of its new series. The lead advertisement comes with three different images, showing the rear settings, punch-hole and side buttons. These are likely to be part of Lenovo’s upcoming smartphone model, which is aimed at the newly launched Redmi Note 9 mobile phone in the Chinese market. However, Lenovo has not yet provided any details on the date of its new series.

According to the trailer on Weibo, Lenovo’s new smartphone series will have enhanced camera settings, a larger display and a convenient design. The Chinese company is also trying to compete with its rival Xiaomi, which recently launched a new Redmi Note 9 phone.

The trailer shows three images that hint at the hardware of the upcoming smartphone model. The first picture that the new phone (or at least one of them) will be equipped with a square rear camera module, which appears to have three sensors and an LED flash. The Xiaomi sub-brand also has models including Redmi 9 and Redmi Note 9 Pro (with a square camera) that supports 4G functions.

The image shows the camera settings on the new Lenovo product. The image also shows a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Lenovo recommends using the camera, display and side buttons on its new smartphone series
Image source: Weibo

In addition to the rear design, the trailer also contains another image that shows the perforated display design on the front. There is also an image showing a side view with physical buttons. This can be used to activate the pre-installed digital assistant on the phone. Today, many smartphone vendors provide dedicated Assistant hotkeys on their phones. Lenovo may follow the same trend and provide digital assistant buttons in its upcoming smartphone series.

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Lenovo has not confirmed the name of its new series. The launch date of the new model has not yet been announced. The company did release an early trailer last week that hinted at three new phones in the series.

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