Recently we reviewed Lenovo Vibe X. We found it had a nice design and a very good screen. But we also saw performance issues on it. Overall, we found it to be a step back from K900, Lenovo’s flagship phone last year.
Now, we know the reason. Despite its relatively high price, Vibe X is not meant to be a replacement of K900 in the market. This replacement is Vibe Z, a phablet that packs in a screen size of 5.5 inches, similar to that of K900. Unlike Vibe X, Vibe Z comes with top of the line hardware. This is the flagship phone — or rather phablet — from Lenovo. It looks, feels and is priced like a flagship.
But is it worth getting it over some of the other high-end smartphones sold by companies like Samsung and LG? We tell you …
Slim, sleek but almost all plastic
Unlike K900, which had a steel body, Vibe Z uses a shell made of plastic. But it is not as bad as it sounds.
Vibe Z looks good, though some may find it a bit too flashy. The back cover, which cannot be removed by a