Should I get this one or LeEco le max 2 with 4gb ram? Practically the same price... Apart from obvious differences in size, which has better overall quality?
viru, 14 Aug 2016Anybody can tell me, its DDR5 or ntWhat makes you think it has ?, when LPDDR5 isn't even available currently, let alone in a 4GB size. LPDDR4 is still the latest standard, maybe wait for the iPhone 7 ?.
Cyd, 06 Aug 2016There no comparison between the zuk z2 and Lenovo p70. The z2 simply blows it away. If you're ... moreAs ex p70 user and current zuk z2 user i can say that zuk z2 better in everything..
umesh, 12 Aug 2016rear camera is not good. it should be 23 mp.What makes you say that? If you're basing that from the Mega Pixel count then think again. Just look at the Galaxy S7 with just 12 Mega pixels, still beats the Sony X Performance with 23 Megapixels
umesh, 12 Aug 2016rear camera is not good. it should be 23 mp.Mega-pixels mean nothing.
matus, 10 Aug 2016will be review at gsmarena?I doubt it very much. This phone has been out for a little while now, and am pretty sure if it fitted the current trend (5.5 inch screen, newer SOC etc), then GSMArena would have had a review of this out already. I guess they just see this as old tech and not worth their time.
AnonD-295276, 09 Aug 2016aprox 2gb availabal
Thank u Bro.
Can u please share screenshoot of available RAM??
kader, 07 Aug 2016is this deviuce zuk z2 be used in algeria?Of course man, it has all bands we need here in Algeria.
can anyone tell me how much Ram is available after all necessary apps installation???
AnonD-566011, 29 Jul 2016Zuk z2 or P70? Plis someoneThere no comparison between the zuk z2 and Lenovo p70. The z2 simply blows it away. If you're thinking about getting one of these phones, I'm 99.9% sure the z2 is the better pick.
Trooper, 31 Jul 2016With a SnapDragon 820 and Adreno 530 SOC onboard, I doubt you'll have anything to worry about.vs P70 which better?
JT, 30 Jul 2016Try to manage your super large datas or documents or porn videos maybe? I don't understand why... moreBecause not everyone will have access to a data connection when they actually need the files they have stored in the cloud (on-line). That, and the fact that the cost of some of these plans do not justify storing and accessing such large files via a data connection. That is why support for external memory cards will not go away anytime soon.