Lenovo Z5 Pro Android 10 (ZUI 11.5) closed beta update recruitment begins
With no shortage of Chinese smartphone manufacturers, another tech giant from the country, Lenovo has kick-started the Android 10 (ZUI 11.5) closed beta update recruitment for the Lenovo Z5 Pro.
While most of you might not be aware of this device, the Lenovo Z5 Pro was launched back in 2018. It is powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC coupled with 6 GB of RAM, a 3,350 mAh battery.
The device sports a dual-camera setup, both at the front and the back, but what’s more interesting is that it sports a pop-up camera that you need to manually slide up or down to access the front camera and speaker.
The Lenovo Z5 Pro Android 10 (ZUI 11.5) beta recruitment was announced officially on Weibo (Chinese equivalent of Twitter). The application deadline is set on June 11, 2020.
Here is what the official announcement on Weibo reads:
One by one Z5 Pro ZUI 11.5 closed beta recruitment is open!
Want to become a member of the “Taste the Freshman Group” and experience Android10 first?
Want to experience Lenovo One’s cross-screen operation?
Sign up now, that is, have the opportunity to get the internal test quota and join the new round of the army of crawling insects!
Just a reminder that the above text is translated from Chinese so, gibberish texts like “army of crawling insects” should be ignored. And you might have already guessed that this Lenovo Z5 Pro Android 10 beta program is only limited to Chinese users.
Those who are interested need to make sure that they are not rooted or have an unlocked bootloader. Moreover, the devices should be running the current ZUI 11.1.093 stable version in order to be eligible to receive the update.
Finally, interested candidates can head over here, to participate in this closed beta program and help Lenovo by reporting the bugs and errors in the beta versions of the Android 10 update for the Lenovo Z5 Pro.
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