Lenovo recently attracted some attention when they unveiled the Yoga Tablet. But while that announcement was focused on tablets, not to mention, the US market, Lenovo still has their smartphones available only in limited markets and this latest unveil is no exception to that rule.

The handset is the Lenovo Vibe Z and it makes use of a 5.5-inch display and Snapdragon 800 processor. This particular model was dubbed the K910 as it went through the leak process and this is also the handset that had Lenovo shifting from MediaTek to Qualcomm in terms of the processor. In this case, the processor is quad-core and clocks in at 2.2GHz.

The handset also has Adreno 330 graphics and 2GB of RAM. The display is full HD at 1920 x 1080 and with a PPI of 400. Other goodies for the Lenovo Vibe Z include a thickness of 7.9mm as well as a 5 megapixel camera on the front and a 13 megapixel camera on the back.

That rear-facing camera has a dual-LED flash and sits at f/1.8. The hardware is Sony IMX135 which according to the specs from Lenovo, makes it capable of shooting 10 images every half second. As we often see in overseas markets, the Vibe Z will have dual-SIM support.


Along with the phone itself, Lenovo has rolled-out a flip cover that is available in a variety of colors. The flip cover has the familiar look with the cut-out on the display that allows the user to easily view any incoming notifications. For now, Lenovo has said the handset will be available for pre-order (in China) shortly. And so far, no word on when or if the Lenovo Vibe Z will reach other markets.

VIA: Engadget

SOURCE: Lenovo