The "Camera Hole" seems to replace the more traditional notch in the future, but we still do not really know what the concept will actually look like. At least, this has not been the case to this day: Sparrow News seems to have gotten real photos (albeit a bit of potatoes) and videos of Lenovo's Z5S that have such a circular cutout. And it looks pretty pretty fancy.
With Huawei (and possibly Samsung) considering pinhole camera cuts in upcoming cell phones, chances are that at least one cell phone will be carrying one in the near future. Even if our enthusiasm for Lenovo's cell phone is weak – given that this is probably only an issue in China – the concept itself inspired us, and now we can see what it actually looks like.
I really do not consider the new waterdrop / teardrop notches to be visually offensive (although the pixel's pixel head is still too much for me), but if someone had an aesthetic confusion with the concept, I would I think the circular cutout should be more comfortable. The video makes it look as if it's small enough to hide in the notification slot as if it were almost just a darkened notification icon, with just a little bit of upholstery for the height – and the upholstery does not look that necessary.
It's still an eye-catching feature, but it's such a small call on display, even the picky player should be able to forgive. At least until we find a way to hide the camera under the screen.
If you are actually interested in the Lenovo Z5S as a phone in itself, Sparrow News also has a handful of specifications (probably via MySmartPrice) based on the credentials of the Chinese MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Industry) taken with information technology). It has a 6.3 "18: 9 screen with indeterminate resolution, a 3210 mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor in a more traditional location in the back area, and has three rear-facing cameras, in addition to the front directed unit that is in the camera Further technical information such as SoC is not yet known, even if there is the upcoming Snapdragon 8150.