Lenovo Z2 Plus Jam-Packed With Features Even At A Lesser Price[VIDEO]


Lenovo Z2 is one of its premiums, but affordable flagship devices for Lenovo. Z2 Plus was launched by Lenovo in China in the early part of the year. ZUK Z2 was also launched in India. This device will be representing the Lenovo's ZUK family of smartphones. It is different from the Vibe series, since it does not have with it the Vibe UI, and it runs on ZUI along with an operating system of Android Marshmallow.

Lenovo Z2 Plus is sold at a price of Rs. 19, 999 for its 4GB/G4GB version, and Rs 17,999 for its 3GB/32GB version. The Z2 Plus is entirely different from its other flagship smartphones. It does not boast a metal finish, instead it has a fibre glass frame that has 2.5D curved glass which gives off a refreshing look. It also has a tough texture, according to the Hindu.

It may not be as thin as what most premium devices looks, however it has a 5-inch display. Therefore, it is the smallest handset out of all the flagship Android smartphones. It has a 1920x1080 resolution which can produce natural colors on its screen. Since it is compact, Lenovo Z2 Plus can be held with one hand for those who are looking for small yet powerful gadget,Prokelara reported.

It has a fingerprint sensor in its physical home button. It is called as "U-Touch" by Lenovo. Its main function is to enable users to assign it with seven different gestures and shortcuts. It can be touched once to enable its back function, a press can take you back to home screen, a double press can let you browse your app history, and swiping left or right can allow you for doing multiple tasks.

A U health app is also available, and it records the number of steps that you have taken, as well as the distance and calories that you have covered and burnt. It has a 13 megapixel camera, which can capture sharp photos even in low-light conditions. It has a long-lasting battery, since it has a 3,500MAh battery which can last for an entire day.

However, its glossy frame at the back can attract fingerprint marks. Its storage is also not expandable. Its adaptive brightness does not usually work well, and has to be manually set to 80% for a good view. As a verdict, Lenovo Z2 Plus has so much more to give given that it costs lesser.


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