Although Lenovo may have purchased Motorola, the company is still pushing out its own brand of flagship devices. The company’s most recent venture into the high end smartphone market is the Vibe Z, but some new leaks suggest that the company is already preparing to release another flagship handset named the Vibe Z2 Pro.
A few photographs of the device have popped up on Weibo, which appear to have come from an internal event. Fortunately, the pictures also reveal a few important hardware specs for Lenovo’s upcoming handset.
The Vibe Z2 Pro appears to be an entirely high end affair, featuring a 6 inch quad HD display (2560×1440 pixels), 16 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and Optical Image Stabilization, and the familiar 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 SoC found in several other flagship smartphones. Importantly, for a device with a high resolution display and high performance CPU, the smartphone will also come with a huge 4,000 mAh battery. Other handset features include NFC connectivity and dual-SIM slots with LTE support. We’ll have to wait and see if Lenovo has paid as much attention to detail with its software.
Lenovo has also gone all out with the handset’s body and design too, having opted for a metal chassis this time around, rather than the plastic exterior found with its previous flagship. The metallic body is 7.7mm thick and the Vibe Z2 Pro also seems to have nice thin bezels, which should help keep the giant handset somewhat reasonably sized.
We’re currently not sure on regional availability or if any of the features will change based on international variations. We should hopefully hear more about the Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro in the near future.