It will be launched in China at 10AM that very date with four memory configurations, and the top model that sports said 12 GB RAM as well as 512 GB storage is expected to cost $649 which may not sound like a lot in the US these days but is in fact towards the top end for a Chinese brand.
The rest of the specs are a nice blend of compromise to achieve the price point, such as a large 6.4" OLED display also fitting for a 2019 flagship but with 1080p FHD+ resolution. That's actually good as the 3350 mAh battery isn't very fitting for higher resolution screen.
There is a dual 24MP + 16MP camera on the back, as well as a 16MP + 8MP kit at the front, rounding up the Z5 Pro's photography chops. At the very least, we'll get to taste some Snapdragon 855 benchmarks from a commercially available phone when Lenovo's latest and greatest hits the tape in two weeks.