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Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro is official with a 6" QHD display

05 August, 2014 | Read the news | Post your comment
Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro is official with a 6Lenovo has officially unveiled its latest flagship, the Vibe Z2 Pro. The phone is the company's first to feature a 6" 2560 х 1440 pixel IPS display that's capable of outputting 500-nits brightness. Under the hood of the Vibe Z2 Pro ticks a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset (MSM8974AC) with a...


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> In reply to Aciid @ 2014-08-05 22:46 from sSP3 - click to readThere is something called "OTG" plug and play your OTG pen drive and get your expandable storage when you need it. Wouldn't cost much and is usable on multiple devices.

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  • 2014-10-14 06:59
  • YTRg

There is no 4GB Ram on the Note 4. It's 3 GB. The price difference is Rs. 20000 (nearly 330$ USD) which could get you a new phone or a lot of other things.

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  • 2014-10-14 06:57
  • YTRg

> In reply to DaXiong @ 2014-08-06 11:09 from S37P - click to readAfter having Optimus 2x for 3 years , i will , as an act of revenge , never buy anything from LG ever again. Even if they become the best bran in everything. And i will convince people not to buy their stuff too. That phone brought to me so much pain... so much pain...

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  • 2014-09-17 09:20
  • LftV

Samsung has issues with batteries and powerbank is a must. I'm using S4. My sister using lenovo and i could say they have no problem at all with thier batteries. Browsing, chatting, gaming and videos which could easily lasting for the whole day, sadly my s4 which is seldom used for browsing and chatting could only last the most is half day only. RAM smaller on lenovo but the task of moving photos and videos to ext sd storage surprisingly fast. My main concern definitely the battery because i hate to bring along the powerbank which is very inconvenience. Lenovo beats Samsung on power management.

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  • 2014-08-22 18:21
  • vV5G

But if the price is same or close with note 4,why not prefer note4? 4GB Ram bro.... At least Samsung is a more reliable brand.

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  • 2014-08-14 04:42
  • PIMA

this is a great specs for phablet but the price is a bit on high side since its a lenovo phone were the reason people buying it is for its lower price... c'mon lenovo put in the 300-400USD and people will buy it and not samsung note4...

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  • 2014-08-11 10:00
  • mFiX

An SD card slot is not present in the iphones and has never been an issue. People buy them by the truckload.

No an SD card is not a deal breaker to most people.

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  • 2014-08-08 10:13
  • nE%5

The lcd brigtness is not 500 nits, but 630 claimed by lenovo.

As for those complaining on the k900, its pretty much outdated and I still dont know why there still those which purchased it in 2014, where k910 pricing is already pretty much low with hell lot better performance over the intel soc.

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  • 2014-08-06 16:58
  • sF{u

Uh oh! Seems like there's a deal breaker! No SD slot! What a joke for the price that might still cost a lot even if the article said that Russia has overpriced smartphones. I think I will just get the Honor 6 from Huawei coz it has a very promising specs and the only let down on the Honor 6 is its 1080p screen which should have been a 2K but still isn't that bad at all.

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  • 2014-08-06 15:07
  • thcV

Why the mobile companies now a days don't follow the need and demand of the market :(
no memory card slot
and the price difference is way ahead as compared to other companies

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  • 2014-08-06 11:47
  • u1ym

> In reply to DoDo @ 2014-08-05 23:14 from 0cJd - click to readSo have you tried the Android 4.3 release for K900 from May this year?

Regardless, the K900-complainers always come out for every Lenovo article. But K900 still isn't very relevant now, the problem was probably the Intel SoC.

Lenovo released many phones before and after K900 that works fine and receive lots of updates, like S820, S920, S930, S939, K910 etc.

It's starting to be like the LG haters that always bring up Optimus 2X even though it's not relevant at all for todays LG phones. Of course, the K900 is more recent but at the same time Lenovo released many other phones in the same class (LG didn't) that didn't have the problems of K900.

If you want to judge from older phones the K910 is much more relevant than K900.

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  • 2014-08-06 11:09
  • S37P

What a shame, no card slot, and no wifi ac, battery only 4000mah, and only s801 chip, should have been at least s805 and this would have been perfect.

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  • 2014-08-06 10:33
  • MJSt

Nope... I'm finish with lenovo, back in february I bought the K900, not even one month I'm sell it to someone with the low price of course. The hardware and the software is absolutely disappointed.. Very easy to get hot and uncomfortable to use.

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  • 2014-08-06 08:44
  • KxHS

Wtf!? No sd slot and at a stupid price. 2k screens are a gimmick unless you have a 5000mah battery on a phone this size. Why do the Chinese manufacturers think they need to copy the iShit and not have sd slots? The price is about $550 international,but there are far better alternatives. They should have learned from the K910 and just added an sd slot. We can only pray the 'mini' solves this stupidity.

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  • 2014-08-06 08:38
  • b6s0

very bad if it has no memory card slot

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  • 2014-08-06 07:32
  • uuh1

$ 834 very costly phone.

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  • 2014-08-06 03:24
  • U{hD

> In reply to DaXiong @ 2014-08-05 23:03 from 3$id - click to readHm, I got my K900 shipped from China, primarily for the 1.8 lens.

The international firmware was never updated well, and frankly, neither was the Chinese one.

It had really poor call reliability (dialing out was hit or miss, and often mostly miss), it rebooted by itself periodically, battery wouldn't last a full day, etc..

Lenovo blew it with the K900 (I paid about $650, if I remember), so why would I trust them with this one?

Plus 6"? Really?! Even the K900 at 5.5" was too large to handle with one hand in the car.

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  • 2014-08-05 23:14
  • 0cJd

> In reply to DoDo @ 2014-08-05 22:20 from 0cJd - click to readThe Indian release of K900 isn't relevant for Chinese Lenovo releases in 2014. The K900 was updated in China even if it wasn't in India, so blame Lenovo India.

And no, it's not going to be $800 outside of Russia.

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  • 2014-08-05 23:03
  • 3$id

Phone is too over price , No sdcard slot and not attracted, if I choose a phone for now I go for lg g3.

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  • 2014-08-05 22:46
  • sSP3


Lenovo for $850!!!

I've had the K900, I am not buying another Lenovo flagship. Looks good on paper, but definitely not up to Apple or Sony standards, not even up to Samsung's.

The K900 was buggy and never updated, so I dumped it.

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  • 2014-08-05 22:20
  • 0cJd

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