Lenovo has launched a new flagship smartphone in India called Z2 Plus, which is basically a rebranded version of ZUK Z2 that was launched in China earlier this year. For the Indian market, Lenovo has dropped the ZUK moniker altogether. The body of smartphone is made from fiberglass material that is ‘stronger and lighter than metal,’ Lenovo says.
It also boasts internal heat conduction technology to prevent the device from overheating. The Lenovo Z2 Plus with 3GB RAM + 32GB storage variant is priced at Rs 17,999, whereas the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant will set you back by Rs 19,999. It will be available exclusively on Amazon India starting 25th September at 11:59PM. Lenovo will also sell accessories such as — Chrono case for Rs 1,299, Skullcandy Ando headphones for Rs 1,299 and Stealth case (back cover) for Rs 6,99.
Featuring a unibody design, the smartphone has volume rocker, power button and dual SIM card slot tray on the right panel. The bottom has the 3.5mm audio port, USB Type-C port for charging and data transfer and the speaker grill. Up front is the selfie camera, proximity sensor and earpiece, followed by the display and a physical home button that also doubles up as a fingerprint scanner. The home button also comes with comes with a U-Touch control technology to navigate through the interface – single touch for back, single press for home, press and hold for Google Now, double press for app switcher, swipe from left to right or vice-versa to switch between apps.
The Lenovo Z2 Plus also comes with a health app called U-health that can log your health-related information. It can track steps, distance covered, calories burned and also alert users about the same. The activity tracker is always-on, runs in background and does not drain the battery, Lenovo says.