Lenovo Debuts a Superphone That Will Probably Never Come to the US

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Think the LG G3 specifications are impressive? Then wait till you see Lenovo’s new monster. At an internal event yesterday, the soon-to-be owner of Motorola Mobility revealed its follow-up to the Vibe Z, a smartphone that debuted overseas last year. Dubbed the Vibe Z2 Pro, bound for international markets, its specs should leave you longing.

If the 6″ QHD display and Snapdragon 801 processor don’t impress, the 4,000mAh battery, 16MP camera with dual flash, metallic body, and very narrow bezels should do the trick. The Z2 Pro also sports standard accoutrements, such as dual-SIM support with LTE and NFC. Oh, and it is only 7.7 millimeters thick. Your move, LG.

It’s tough to get excited when the Vibe Z2 Pro will almost assuredly never see US shores, but perhaps these are the types of devices we can look forward to once Lenovo fully absorbs Motorola.

Hey, I can dream.

Via: Sina Weibo [2]



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