Vibe Z from Lenovo heading out of China, others follow

What Mobile
January 2, 2014

Lenovo is soon to release one of its first 4G-enabled phones outside of its hometurf in China. The Vibe Z is packing its bags and heading to six new regions.

The company has confirmed that it will be releasing its quad-core Snapdragoon 800 handset in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and the Philippines where it’ll go for around $549/ £332 SIM-free.

No word on where else the handset might release, but we certainly wouldn’t scoff at a handset with that kind of processing power. The Vibe Z also holds 2GB of RAM, 16GB of store space and a 5.5-inch handset running 1080p.

It also won’t be alone in its travels. Lenovo has released the A859, S930 and S650 in more Asian territories. The A859 is a 5-inch, dual-SIM device with a quad-core MediaTek chipset, while the S930 packs the same specs at 6-inches. The S650 is a 4.7-incher. They’re priced at $219 for the A859, $319 for the S930 and $229 for the S650.

Plenty of Lenovo to go around, then.

Source: Engadget

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