High-end Lenovo K920 looks to be the Vibe Z2 Pro

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We’ve already had the pleasure of reporting on the Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro, from the company that purchased Motorola Mobility. It’s a phablet-class device with a six-inch 2K screen and some very tiny bezels. Apparently, at the ongoing Mobile Asia Expo, Lenovo has reportedly displayed the Vibe Z2 Pro, but it has changed its name (or maybe just this specific China Mobile version).

Regardless, the Lenovo K920 packs a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, six-inch QHD display, and a camera combo consisting of a 16MP main shooter, and a 5MP webcam. Powering everything is Android 4.4 KitKat, as well as a 4,000mAh, all in a 7.7mm thick body. At the moment there’s no word on international availability (or another one, for that matter), nor on pricing. However, you can check out the images above and below, as well as the embedded video.

Lenovo K920 Lenovo K920 camera

Source: Engadget

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