Lenovo launches Vibe Z Phablet with Snapdragon 800 Processor in China

Computer and smartphone manufacturer, Lenovo has launched a new device in its home country China. Dubbed as Vibe Z, it’s the second device in the Vibe series after Vibe X, which was revealed back in the month of September. The device is codenamed as K910 which clearly suggests that it is the successor to company’s flagship device K900 which also offered the phablets-size display.

Lenovo Vibe Z

Design wise, it seems to be very attractive with just 7.9 mm thickness. All metallic look also gives it a premium look. The device offer dual SIM trays for adding two SIM cards.

Lenovo Vibe Z

The company has also launched a flip cover which is blatantly copied from the S View cover concept of Samsung for its flagship Galaxy S4 and Note 3 devices. Nonetheless, the colored cased would add a uniqueness to the device, while the window in the cover would be able to provide one stop glance to the missed notifications, time, and more.

Technical Specifications of Lenovo Vibe Z


Thickness of 7.9 mm


5.5 inches screen size

1920 x1080 pixels

400 ppi


Qualcomm Snapdragon 800

2.2 GHz Quad core processor

Adreno 330 Graphics processor



16 GB in-built memory

Expansion slot supporting micro SD cards up to 64 GB


13 MP primary camera with LED flash

5 MP camera at the front

Network and Connectivity

2G /3G /4G support

Dual SIM slots

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS


Capacity not revealed

Standby time of up to 278.5 hours

Operating System 

Android 4.2.2

Customized with Vibe ROM

Availability Details

Lenovo’s Vibe Z will be available to users in China which can be pre-ordered from Lenovo’s China website soon. However, there is not information about the pricing and launch date for the same. It’s also not clear about its availability in other countries.