Lenovo has just released its latest flagship smartphone sporting a metal body and a pixel dense QHD 2K resolution display. The device has very thin side bezels and has a thickness of just 7.7 mm. Known as the Vibe Z2 Pro, this is possibly the largest 2K display smartphone we’ve come across so far, with its enormous 6 inch panel. The LG G3 in comparison houses a 5.5 inch display within its slender exterior.
The smartphone will be available in September for an undisclosed price. The company hasn’t shared details on the launch markets either, but it goes without saying that the device will be focused primarily towards China and its neighboring markets. Lenovo expects to have the Vibe Z2 Pro in black, gold and white color variants in time for launch.
In addition to the massive display, the Vibe Z2 Pro also sports a 16-megapixel camera on the back capable of 4K video recording, 3GB of RAM, a 2.5 GHz quad core Snapdragon 801 SoC, 4G LTE and a 4,000 mAh battery. The device comes with Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box coupled with the proprietary Vibe UI 2.0. The speakers on the device is located on the bottom of the smartphone near the charging port, which is a wise design choice by Lenovo.
The handset is clearly one of the most powerful devices in the market today and could certainly give the LG G3 a run for its money. Considering that it falls in the phablet segment, the Vibe Z2 Pro could be a direct competitor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 when it breaks cover early next month.
Via: Phone Arena