I did buy this phone (Z2 pro) and it get heated while on use or at the time charging. how can I get help.
I bought this mobile yesterday from flipkart and I am facing automatic restart issue.
my mobiles gets automatically switch off and on few times
if some one have a solution to fix this please let me know.
I have got Lenovo Vibe z2pro. The mobile gets rebooted when I am using WiFi and using some application. Eg camera,email etc.
I tried factory reset but rebooting continues. Can Anybody suggest a solution
I have a Lenovo P770 for about 2 years. Just great phone! Very good battery, it has fall several times and never broken. In two years, 10 reboots maybe? Its acceptable. I will change it from one of the new phones from Lenovo Vibe X2 or Z2. Im european and if i can get the same specs on a phone that is much cheaper with the quality of Lenovo P770 why not? I will try Lenovo again :)
im using lenovo S890 without any tech problem, looking for an upgrade to vibe x2 or vibe z2 pro, lets c what fits my budget and use.
DaXiong, 05 Sep 2014Even if you pay $800 you can have a phone that has issues, the only difference is that you pai... moreDude, do you work for Lenovo or something?
Not true. I've had three Samsungs and have an Xperia now, and have never had the number of problems I had with the Lenovo.
The K-900 was close to being back on custom WM6 ROMs. It was barely usable for making calls.
So, no, I would not touch Lenovo, if there are other choices.
Bobo, 04 Sep 2014Of course it's relevant. I have also tried the Vibe, which also had issues.
Lenovo packs sp... moreEven if you pay $800 you can have a phone that has issues, the only difference is that you paid more.
And yes, the K900 in India experience is VERY misleading talking about Lenovo China phones in 2014. Check vibeui.com and come back and claim that Lenovo doesn't update their phones...
The Vibe Z (and many new and old Lenovo phones like Vibe X, S820, S920) get new stable updates every TWO WEEKS, has no issues with reception and never reboots.
Now, if we talk budget phones from Sony or Samsung, THERE you have pure rubbish and reboots... Of course, lots of their high-end models also have issues, like S4 with 50% defective batteries and screen problems or Z2 where the person you call can't hear what you say because the audio quality is so bad (and yes some peopled replaced their phones 3-4 times and still had the problem).
AnonD-197026, 04 Sep 2014Honest question, but do people actually buy these phones?Of course. It's big world and these phones are bought in large numbers.
DaXiong, 04 Sep 2014Lenovo sell a lot more phones than HTC or Sony.
Bobo: The K900 release in India is still no... moreOf course it's relevant. I have also tried the Vibe, which also had issues.
Lenovo packs specs, but the overall quality is poor and not up to the standards of the better brands.
Yes, it's cheaper. But if it provides poor user experience for the life of the product, it's better to spend another $100 and at least have a good phone, even if the specs are not as great on paper.
I would stay away from Lenovo, regardless of the price.
Jhon998, 04 Sep 2014They're just wasting good resources like memory, cameras and displays on a low to mid range sp... moreLenovo sell a lot more phones than HTC or Sony.
Bobo: The K900 release in India is still not relevant to this phone or most other Lenovo phones today.
They're just wasting good resources like memory, cameras and displays on a low to mid range specs that no one will buy...
Athull, 04 Sep 2014In India and China like countries its the price that matters above anything. If a phone offers... moreLenovo is cheap.
But as they say, you get what you paid for.
I've had one of their flagship and got burned by poor reception, bugs, reboots and Lenovo never updated it.
Cheap is rarely a good deal.
AnonD-197026, 04 Sep 2014Honest question, but do people actually buy these phones?In India and China like countries its the price that matters above anything. If a phone offers the same specs as a Samung or Sony at half the price then why shld they spent more? That's also the reason iPhones don't sell well here in India they are just too pricey for anyone to get them.
This is bcos unlike US and European countries there is no such thing as carrier locking or contractors and we have to shell out the full price of the phone when buying it.