Lenovo is well known for making desktop computers, laptops, tablets, electronic storage devices, TVs, etc; however, the Chinese company has also a few smartphones in its offer. Despite the fact that Lenovo doesn’t specialize in phones, the handset they are about to unveil appears to be a truly premium offering, the Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro, which is perfectly capable of challenging the LG G3 thanks to its 6-inch Quad HD screen. The phone has been caught on camera in the wild which clearly suggests that official announcement is not far away.
Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro with Quad HD Display
The Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro will be the fourth smartphone coming to the market with QHD screen, otherwise known as 2K display. Such massive resolution is already present on Vivo and Oppo’s phones and has also been confirmed for the LG G3. However, compared to LG’s handset which will have a 5.5-inch screen, the 6-inch panel of the Vibe Z2 Pro will be a tad less dense. Don’t take it the wrong way, though. The resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels spread over 6 inches will still work out to a mind boggling pixel density of approximately 490 ppi.
Aside from the screen, other specs appear equally impressive. According to the latest report, the phone will be powered by a quad-core 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 processor and will sport a 16-megapixel rear camera with Optical Image Stabilization, as well as NFC and a 4,000 mAh battery. Especially the last detail is a nice surprise. You would expect a battery of that size to be quite large, yet Lenovo somehow managed to fit the unit in a body of just 7.7 mm thick. Unlike its predecessor, the Vibe Z which is a plastic-clad device, the Vibe Z2 Pro is made of metal. Leaked photos also confirm that the phone features support for dual-SIM and LTE.
We can’t help but wonder how the Vibe Z2 Pro stayed under wraps for so long in a world where we learn intimate details about phones even before production process begins. It certainly took a lot of effort, but somehow Lenovo’s upcoming flagship managed to stay off the radar during development. Apparently it’s possible if you really want to and that’s a lesson many smartphone makers should learn. Not that we’re not eager for a good leak now and then, but a healthy dose of mystery is always appreciated.