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Lenovo will be releasing an update to the Lenovo Vibe Z. The official announcement of the new Lenovo Vibe Z2 (K920) is set for August 5th. The K920 has been leaked quite a few times by Lenovo themselves, even showcased at a mobile expo once.

 

Specifications Review:

Lenovo K920 review RAM and SoC

The K920 will be running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset – which includes the same CPU and GPU as the previous Vibe Z, a Quad core Krait 400 clocked at 2.5 GHz and Adreno 330, respectively. Keeping up with others, the K920 will run Android 4.4.2 KitKat alongside Lenovo’s Vibe UI.

Memory size will not disappoint with 3GB RAM, and optional 16/32 GB internal memory. Additionally, it can support micro SD cards up to 32GB.

The K920 is fully capable of dual SIM technology (not dual standby), with 2G, 3G (Quad band: 850/900/1900/2100), and 4G (Tri band: 850/1800/2100) networks.

Lenovo K920 review screen and battery

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The phone has a massive 6.0 inch IPS LCD screen with 1440×2560 resolution at 490 ppi pixel density. Naturally, this set of  high display specs will render the phone to be a battery drainer, thus Lenovo’s decision for installing a sizable 4000mAH battery.

It is a big question as to whether this will be enough. The previous 3000mAH battery for the smaller Vibe Z screen disappointed with an on-screen time of only 5+ hours. Hopefully, Lenovo has been able to develop a better battery management system for this model, and that the spreading news regarding the KitKat’s battery drain problems will not be an issue. Also note that the battery is non-removable – battery swappers, despair.

Lenovo K920 review camera and body

Lenovo has amped up the primary camera to 16MP, putting the Z2 pretty high up the ranks, along with the Samsung S5, Gionee G7, etc., in this aspect. Furthermore, it is equipped with optical stabilization for stills and video.

Consumers will be given the option of either a black or silver version of the 7.7mm thick Z2. On the back of the phone, there is a black bar on the upper part, where the camera lens and flash are situated; the camera’s resolution and optical image stabilization feature are distinctly pointed out and written on the bar.

The phone’s back has a woven texture design which immensely classes up the phone. That, coupled with the visible screws on the black bar, gives off a solid and rugged feel to the phone.

Z2_4Final Notes

The most significant upgrade from the previous Vibe Z model include the employed chipset, upgraded from a Snapdragon 800 to Snapdragon 801, the primary camera which has been boosted a whole 3MP from the former 13MP resolution, and last but definitely not the most subtle, the 5.5 inch 1080p is boosted to a 6.0 inch 1440p screen.

Word is that the Lenovo Vibe Z2 (K920) has just recently been given the go signal to be sold in China after receiving approval from the telecom equipment certification center, TENAA. The phone will be sold for somewhere around $400.

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          Lenovo will be releasing an update to the Lenovo Vibe Z. The official announcement of the new Lenovo Vibe Z2 (K920) is set for August 5th. The K920 has been leaked quite a few times by Lenovo themselves, even showcased at a mobile expo once.   Specifications Review: Lenovo K920 review RAM and...
<a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Z2_2.jpg"><img class="alignleft wp-image-5019 size-medium-325" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Z2_2-300x280.jpg" alt="Z2_2" width="300" height="280" /></a>           Lenovo will be releasing an update to the <a title="Lenovo Vibe Z (K910) Review and Conclusion!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/3704/lenovo-vibe-z-k910-review-and-conclusion/">Lenovo Vibe Z</a>. The official announcement of the new <strong>Lenovo Vibe Z2 (K920)</strong> is set for August 5<sup>th</sup>. The K920 has been leaked quite a few times by Lenovo themselves, even showcased at a mobile expo once.   <span id="more-5017"></span> <h2>Specifications Review:</h2> <strong>Lenovo K920 review RAM and SoC </strong> The K920 will be running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset – which includes the same CPU and GPU as the previous Vibe Z, a Quad core Krait 400 clocked at 2.5 GHz and Adreno 330, respectively. Keeping up with others, the K920 will run Android 4.4.2 KitKat alongside Lenovo’s Vibe UI. Memory size will not disappoint with 3GB RAM, and optional 16/32 GB internal memory. Additionally, it can support micro SD cards up to 32GB. The K920 is fully capable of dual SIM technology (not dual standby), with 2G, 3G (Quad band: 850/900/1900/2100), and 4G (Tri band: 850/1800/2100) networks. <strong>Lenovo K920 review screen and battery</strong> <strong><img class="alignright wp-image-5031 size-medium" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Z2_6-200x268.jpg" alt="Z2_6" width="200" height="268" /></strong> The phone has a massive 6.0 inch IPS LCD screen with 1440x2560 resolution at 490 ppi pixel density. Naturally, this set of  high display specs will render the phone to be a battery drainer, thus Lenovo’s decision for installing a sizable 4000mAH battery. It is a big question as to whether this will be enough. The previous 3000mAH battery for the smaller Vibe Z screen disappointed with an <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/3704/lenovo-vibe-z-k910-review-and-conclusion/3/">on-screen time of only 5+ hours</a>. Hopefully, Lenovo has been able to develop a better battery management system for this model, and that the spreading news regarding the KitKat’s battery drain problems will not be an issue. Also note that the battery is non-removable – battery swappers, despair. <strong>Lenovo K920 review camera and body</strong> Lenovo has amped up the primary camera to 16MP, putting the Z2 pretty high up the ranks, along with the Samsung S5, Gionee G7, etc., in this aspect. Furthermore, it is equipped with optical stabilization for stills and video. Consumers will be given the option of either a black or silver version of the 7.7mm thick Z2. On the back of the phone, there is a black bar on the upper part, where the camera lens and flash are situated; the camera’s resolution and optical image stabilization feature are distinctly pointed out and written on the bar. The phone’s back has a woven texture design which immensely classes up the phone. That, coupled with the visible screws on the black bar, gives off a solid and rugged feel to the phone. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Z2_4.jpg"><img class="wp-image-5030 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Z2_4-200x166.jpg" alt="Z2_4" width="240" height="200" /></a><strong>Final Notes</strong> The most significant upgrade from the previous Vibe Z model include the employed chipset, upgraded from a Snapdragon 800 to Snapdragon 801, the primary camera which has been boosted a whole 3MP from the former 13MP resolution, and last but definitely not the most subtle, the 5.5 inch 1080p is boosted to a 6.0 inch 1440p screen. Word is that the Lenovo Vibe Z2 (K920) has just recently been given the go signal to be sold in China after receiving approval from the telecom equipment certification center, TENAA. The phone will be sold for somewhere around $400.



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