Lenovo’s smartphones might not be popular in the West, but the newest Vibe Z3 Pro leaks have been turning some heads with outrageous specifications, toppling anything available right now.
The Chinese company is preparing to launch the Vibe Z3 Pro at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on March 1. Samsung, HTC, Sony and LG are also bringing mobiles to the event, making it even more of a competition for Lenovo to find a share of the limelight.
Specs on the Vibe Z3 Pro include a 5.5-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, octa-core Snapdragon 810 CPU, 4GB of RAM, Adreno 430 GPU, 64GB of internal storage, 3400mAh battery and 16MP camera with optical image stabilisation.
It will feature a glass and metal design, mixing between the two on the back for a rather unique look. The body looks to be a bit thicker than usual flagship devices, but if it lasts longer than a day it might be worth it.
Software wise the Vibe Z3 Pro will run Android Lollipop out of the box, one of the first manufacturers to offer the new operating system. The acquisition of Motorola Mobility might mean Lenovo chooses a more stock version of Android.
Lenovo has shown great strides in the last year, becoming the third largest mobile supplier with the help of 10 million Motorola sales. Even though it looks like Motorola will take over the mobile unit in time, Lenovo is still pumping out new devices under the Vibe brand, for now.