Lenovo Vibe Z unlocked Android smartphone boasts LTE

Lenovo will be heading up their CES showcase this year with the unveiling of their Lenovo Vibe Z, an unlocked Android smartphone with LTE connectivity.

The Lenovo Vibe Z has already appeared in China, but U.S customers will have to wait until 6th January where they will be able to see the unlocked smartphone first hand at CES.

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Taking over from the Lenovo K900 as this year’s flagship phone, the Lenovo Vibe Z’s killer feature is TE connectivity and the fact it is compatible on GSM/UMTS networks at 2100mhz. Specifications include a 2.2Ghz Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB RAM, 16GB memory 13 mega-pixel camera and 5.5-inch IPS FHD display.

While the Vibe Z will be on show at CES there is no official word on a launch stateside, however the phone will go on sale in Asian countries for around $549.

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  1. Troll
    January 2, 2014

    Over priced p.o.s. Get an LG G2 and enjoy all around perfectness.

    • Darth_Matta
      January 2, 2014

      Show me how to put second SIM card in G2 and I’ll take your word for it.

      Until then – no, it’s not overpriced. It is dual sim phone with best specs at the moment, hands down.

      • Simon
        January 2, 2014

        How is Lenovo UI ?

  2. Valerio Pessina
    January 2, 2014

    Does it support 900 MHz HSDPA and EU LTE frequencies (900/1800/2600)? Most of these devices lack of 900 MHz 3G which will be used in some countries after refarming of gsm 900 MHz.

  3. Caxxo
    January 2, 2014

    i like this smartphone but is hasn’t micro sd slot 🙁 and is hasn’t 32gb version.

  4. claude
    January 2, 2014

    It s expensive but full of great specs, the only problem for me is the only 16gb of Rom without a micro sd slot. I think it s a real mistake for such a amazing phone.

    • abel
      January 3, 2014

      I saw some retailers in aliexpress which say that has microsd (no LTE version)

      • claude
        January 3, 2014

        u r right I saw this too, the problem is not to have the both together in one phone… 🙁