Sure, LG’s G3 Beat, aka G3 s, aka G3 mini, is pretty outlandishly large, at five inches. But Lenovo has something up its sleeve that will dwarf even the G3 Beat, yet technically see daylight as a diminutive variation of a spearhead device. Meet the Vibe Z2 Pro “Mini,” a 5.5-inch take on the announced-but-unreleased six-inch Vibe Z2 Pro, also known as K920.
Of course, this massive 5.5-inch phablet is unlikely to be officially titled and marketed as the Z2 Pro Mini. But for all intents and purposes, it is amazingly a smaller, humbler K920. With the same winning metallic design, adorned by uber-slim bezels and razor-sharp edges, more modest 1,920 x 1,080 pixels resolution display, quad-core Snapdragon 801 chip and 2 GB RAM.
The bigger fellow’s outstanding 16 megapixel rear-facing camera sensor is slightly lowered to 13 MP, and the selfie-friendly front shooter stays just as capable, at 5 megapixels. Bottom line, the 5.5-incher, probably codenamed K920S, is on par or superior to many a full-sized flagship from Lenovo rivals.
Which makes us think exactly how strong Lenovo can get in the foreseeable future, when Motorola’s design and marketing muscle will be swallowed whole by the Chinese. Oh, right, if our Asian sources are correct, the breathtaking K920S shall cost the equivalent of $325 on the continent. Please oh please, let them be accurate!
Via [Phone Arena]