Lenovo recently launched the Z2 Plus in India which is a rebranding of the Zuk series. The Zuk Z2 was originally launched in China back in May and was available in 2 variants – Z2 and Z2 Pro. However, Lenovo has only released the Z2 in India with a few tweaks and additions.
At first it might seem to use stock Android but it is actually the Google Now launcher hiding atop the Lenovo ZUI 2.0 skin based on Android Marshmallow. U-health is a dedicated app to track all fitness activities. It measures steps, distance and calories with the help of the dedicated Pedometer, Gyroscope, Accelerometer and sensor processing unit. It has basically been designed so that users do not need an additional smartband.
U-Touch is the multi-functional home button in the Z2 Plus. It works as a fingerprint sensor, capacitive sensor and a physical button. It enables users to program 7 different gestures and shortcuts into it.
The internal components of the Z2 Plus are reinforced with an alloy rollcage adding structural integrity to the device and also helping with thermal management. Eschewing plastic and metal, the device uses a Fiber glass frame which is said to add durability.
Priced at Rs.17,999 for 3+32GB and Rs. 19,999 for 4+64GB, the Z2 is exclusively available on Amazon India starting from today with various launch offers available for a limited period.
Display: 5″ FHD LTPS Display
CPU: Quad-Core Snapdragon 820
GPU: Adreno 530
Memory: 3/4GB RAM
Storage: 32/64 GB
Operating System: Android 6.01 Marshmallow
Colour: White, Black
Weight: 150 g
Camera: 13MP rear with flash, 8MP front