After teasing the launch of the device on social media for a long time, Lenovo on Thursday officially launched its Z2 Plus in India. The Z2 Plus is a version of the Zuk Z2, which was launched very recently in China. The tech giant said that the Lenovo Z2 Plus smartphones are meant for the tech savvy audience. Though only time will tell, how effective that product will be for its users.
The Z2 Plus runs on a Snapdragon 820 SoC and has an internal memory storage of 32 GB or 64GB, depending on the price. The smartphone also boasts of a RAM of 3GB or 4Gb, again depending on the price. The device has a 5-inch HD screen, which has been developed by Sharp. In matters of connectivity, the phone offers a dual nano sim support, configured for 3G and 4g sims. The usual assortment of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS options have also been made available for the device. The phone runs a version of the Android 6 with Google Now.
Lenovo said that it has implemented an “alloy roll cage” to provide the phone with rigidity and is encased in fibreglass. the phone also supports a U-Touch 2 fingerprint sensor which doubles as the Home button. Lenovo claims that the smartphone supports fingerprint scanner gestures. It has a 13-megapixel camera on the rear, with an aperture of f/2.2 and a 1.34-micron pixel sensor. The front camera is 8 megapixels. the smartphone also includes a health app, which is somewhat similar to the health app on the Apple iPhones. the app is to track steps while running, the distance covered among other things.
In matters of pricing, the 3GB model is priced at Rs, 17,99 whereas its 4GB variant with 64GB costs Rs 19,999. Both the models will be available to the customers for sale on September 25, 2016.