Chinese company Lenovo may not enjoy much attention in the U.S., in the smartphone space at least, but that is definitely not stopping the company from coming up with some impressive devices. The Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro is the tech manufacturer?s expected latest offering that is supposedly packed with the latest specs and hardware that can be found in most flagships today.
The model is not officially released by Lenovo yet, but if leaks prove to be correct, the Vibe Z2 Pro may very well be a device to watch out for. With the LG G3?s announcement today, we can say that it might already have a worthy competitor lined up against it. Lenovo?s upcoming handset packs a 6-inch, 2K (2,560 x 1,440) Quad HD display along with the remarkable Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset, which is a sought-after processor for the flagship models at present.
Judging from photos of the device recently leaked online by Mydrivers.com, the phone?s display apparently tells us that it has Dual SIM support. That is not uncommon since this model will initially be targeted at the Chinese market, which is known to prefer phones with Dual SIM capability.
In the same image, a ?4G? stamp is branded on the top right portion of the phone?s front side indicating that it can support 4G or LTE connectivity. To add with the specs mentioned earlier, the phone should have a snappy reaction to commands as its Snapdragon 801 processor is running at 2.5 GHz. With the 6-inch display and 7.7 mm thickness, this device easily fits into the phablet category and Lenovo is clearly planning to use all space available to equip it with premium features.
Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro will have a 16-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) as well as dual LED flash. It will also come with NFC support and battery capable of delivering 4,000 mAh worth of power which is just right to cover its 6-inch display?s energy needs.
Given that the leak images are not confirmed by Lenovo, it follows that a definite release date or price range is still unknown. If you are to predict the price based from the rumored hardwares the phone will have, it will most probably not be very expensive. Although historically, Lenovo smartphones do not get significant traction on the US market, this device?s attributes will have the potential to give rivals a decent competition.
Photo Source: ?Mydrivers.com