Sometimes early in the year, Lenovo launched a smartphone and this one they name the Zuk Z2. However, they planned to expand the markets in which they expose this smartphone to and picking out the Indian market, they decided to rebrand the device and change its name in the process. Right now, they have launched the Z2 Plus – which is just a rebranded Zuk Z2 – in the Indian market.
The 5 inch Z2 Plus would carry an LCD display which is set at a resolution of 1080p and uses the QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset. There are variants of the device on parade also with some having either of 3GB or 4GB RAMs and the internal storage space are also not left out of the variant game, with some having just 32GB while the premium models carry 64GB. On the rear is a camera of 13MP which is coupled to a front unit of 8MP, a fingerprint sensor and hybrid dual SIM slot.
Powered by a 3500mA battery and running the Android Marshmallow out of the box, the 3GB/32GB model would be selling for INR 17999 while the bigger 4GB/64GB variant would cost INR 19999.