Lenovo has published the Vibe Z2, the company’s first 64-bit Android smartphone. With Vibe Z2, Lenovo is backing the trend of lifting the front-shooter camera.
Regarding fittings, the Vibe Z2 sports a 5.5-inch display screen with 1290×720 screen resolution. The device weighs only 155 grams and is just seven millimeters thick.
Obviously, one of the highlighting feature of the handset is its 64-bit Snapdragon quad-core processor, which users won’t have the capacity to do much with simply yet, however that will change after Android L begins taking off later this year. ” It is ready for the 64-bit compatible Android OS when it launches later in the year,” the company said. With the 64-bit processor the chip can perform well in video encoding and decompression, among others features will also respond quicker than now.
The Vibe Z2 accompanies 2GB of RAM and 32GB onboard storage. There’s additionally a 13-megapixel back camera and a 8-megapixel front-facing otherwise known as selfie shooter.
On the software front, Lenovo is adding gesture features to start different operations like actuating the camera screen. The company says that Vibe Z2′s camera will catch squinting of eyes and sit tight for a couple of seconds before taking the picture.
The Vibe Z2 is evaluated at $429, keeping in mind China and other markets including Middle East, Pacific Asia and Eastern Europe can see the device in nearing days, the company has no words when the device will hit different parts of the markets.