Lenovo announces the Vibe Z and Z859
Lenovo announces the Vibe Z and Z859. With the annual CES show just days away we have been seeing many manufactures attempt to grab a leg up on their competition by either leaking or simply just announcing new handsets. This tactic has been seen before and we of course are not complaining. The latest company to join in on the craziness is Lenovo. The consumer electronics show starts on January 7th and runs until the 10th. Today Lenovo is showing off what you can expect the company to make official when the convention begins. Let’s take a gander at the Vibe Z and the A859 shall we?
The Lenovo made Vibe Z was launched approximately one month ago in China and today it looks as if the devices outlook on the world is going to get a bit wider. As the best phone the company has ever made the Vibe Z is a viable contender to most any smart phone available today. The Vibe Z starts with a 5.5 inch 1080p IPS touch screen display that offers up 400 pixels per inch and is built into a super thin 7.9mm housing. Internally the handset comes packing a quad core Snapdragon 800 processor, alongside 2 GB of RAM and up to 16 GB of storage. Additionally the device packs in Wi-fi, Bluetooth as well as a 13 mega pixel rear facing shooter, with a 5 mega pixel sensor up front. The Vibe Z will begin to arrive in Indonesia, Thailand, UAE, Saudi Arabia, the Philippines, and Malaysia starting in February. The Vibe Z will cost around $550 unlocked. Additionally Lenovo is launching the A859. The A859 is a 5 inch device that offers up a 720 IPS touch screen display and is built around a quad core MediaTek processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage. Running Android version 4.2.2 the device also comes with an 8 mega pixel rear facing camera, while the front side of the device is graced with a 1.6 mega pixel shooter.
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