When the ZUK Z1 launched I did not paid much attention as it was nothing out of the ordinary and many phones were better as compared to this, but this Z2 Pro got some serious firepower under the hood.
Hopefully Lenovo will consider bringing this beast to India and that too soon.
Lead2XL, 21 Apr 2016I like the sound of this phone. I tried the Zuk Z1 and it was OK but I want to try a 5.2 inche... moreMy thoughts are very similar to yours, except i don't think Xiaomi is a hard to beat on battery life department... They do have big numbers on their batteries, but in real life, hard to do a full day on it.
Glad not stupidly go for 5.5, hard ti use single handed unless edge like s7edge.Seriously contender to the mi5 and p9 with great specs and pricing. Lite version 4.7inch mini with sd650 please, ill buy as the z compact lines discontinued.
Sammy camera sensor?are lenovo out of their mind.the Samsung camera sensor are not good compare to Sony.the colour not natural and the image are not sharper like Sony sensor
Looks like good smartphone. Without that front button would be even better.
Lead2XL, 21 Apr 2016I like the sound of this phone. I tried the Zuk Z1 and it was OK but I want to try a 5.2 inche... more5.2 is a phablet. I mean seriously man, I know people like their phones big these days, but it's not as if our hands became bigger.
Unless you're a big big person, 5.2 inches is a phablet. Note 1 was 5.3 inches, remember? It was a phablet size then, it is a phablet size now. That is to say no small pockets, one handed only half the screen is easily reachable ... it's a phablet, maybe a smallish phablet, but still a phablet.
Xiaomi Mi 5 Pro 4GB RAM 128GB ROM SD820 QC 2.15GHz 1920x1080p 5.15-inch
ZUK Z2 Pro 6GB RAM 128GB ROM SD820 QC 2.15GHz 1920x1080p 5.5 inch
Design, OS, Screen . . .uh. . tough fight. . . mi's pricing though
This is a serious contender that followed xiaomi's path. Sound specs and aggressive pricing. Oh and amoled at that:)
I like the sound of this phone. I tried the Zuk Z1 and it was OK but I want to try a 5.2 incher. I am a big fan of compact, light weight phones (although 5 inches is a bit small for me). I like Meizu's UI but their new Pro6 is too heavy at 160 grams. The Zuk Z2, at the same size, is only 145 grams, much more sensible weight although not as light as the Xiaomi Mi5 at 129 grams. I would consider all three of these phones but my choice will be very much guided by battery life. Looks like the Xiaomi Mi5 might be hard to beat in this department.