Lenovo is one brand that I know I can trust but lately, it hasn’t been making waves. By that I mean it’s taking forever to join the 4G/LTE bandwagon but the company started the year 2014 by introducing the Vibe Z. It’s not really a new model but the LTE version is almost ready. By February, the Android smartphone will be available in most countries in Asia including Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia.
The LTE-capable phone will come equipped with a 5.5-inch touchscreen display, 1080p IPS resolution, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, WiFi, a 5 megapixel front web camera, an impressive a 13-megapixel f/1.3 camera— all packed in a 7.9mm-thick build. This is a bit different to the Vibe Z Android phone previously released because instead of an Intel chip, Lenovo used a Qualcomm chip.
The unlocked Vibe Z LTE phone by Lenovo will have a $549 price tag. Who’s getting one?
< Source: Engadget >