The Lenovo Z6 Pro isn't exactly a new phone since it got released back in April in China but it's only now that it's escaping its homeland. In what is certainly a major shift for the maker it has started offering its phones outside China once more after a pause lasting a few years.
The Z6 Pro can now be bought for just under €500 through Lenovo's official store in Bulgaria and it comes in two colors - Red and Green. Lenovo says the handset will pop up in other European countries via its distribution network and quite frankly, the price seems very competitive. It's going to give the likes of Asus Zenfone 6 a run for their money with its AMOLED panel and under-display fingerprint reader.
It also sports Qualcomm's latest and greatest Snapdragon 855 and a quad-camera array (DxOMark rates it 95), so it comfortably fits the mainstream flagship category.
It's a surprise to see Lenovo back in the European market given that the company left it to Motorola a few years back. This is the first phone from the company to reach the EU and it will be interesting to see how it fares. The phone did pop up in Malaysia a few days ago as well so we might be witnessing a global expansion.
Source (in Bulgarian)
It's nickname but still better xiamo mobiles in the quality and better than Samsung in the price Snapdragon 855 still stronger than mail Chip in 2020 just test ps2 and 3ds and see
Wait a minute ... The phones are listed with chinese PN-s! Part No: PAEF0031CN Part No: PAEF0027CN and this is only a Brand-shop, not a lenovo official site. So check this big news again! Only that those CN-versions support LTE ...
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