Lenovo Z2 Plus Review in Hindi, Lenovo Z2 Plus Review

Lenovo has quickly reached the brink of becoming the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer. With the intention of strengthening its presence in different markets, the company has also bought companies like Motorola and Median. Apart from all this, the company also sells its products online under the Only Zook brand.

Lenovo told Gadgets 360 that it wants to introduce all its sub-brands in India as the Lenovo family. Lenovo Z2 Plus is an attempt in this direction. Despite being a product of ZUK brand, it is being sold in the name of Lenovo in India. The company has marketed this device as an affordable handset equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. Its price has been kept less than Rs 20,000. Does the Z2 Plus have what it takes to challenge more expensive flagship handsets? Let us know through the review.

Lenovo Z2 Plus look and design
lenovo zku z1 ,reviewThe company used a 5.5-inch display in the Z2 Plus, whereas the company has given a 5-inch screen in the Z2 Plus. It will appeal to those who want power and quality, but are uncomfortable with phablet screens.

Z2 Plus is a slim profile handset and weighs only 150 grams. The design of the phone is such that it looks iPhone SE ,review) as it applies. In this phone, instead of the common metal body, a fiberglass frame has been used, so that the weight remains less. To provide further strength, a magnesium alloy roll cage is present. The back part of the phone is completely made of glass, it looks good and also gives excellent hand feel. The sad thing is that it gets fingerprints very quickly.

Lenovo Z2 Plus smartphone is available in white and black colors. Our review unit was in black color and it looks better than the white one. You won’t see Zuke’s branding, just Lenovo’s logo on the back. As we said earlier, you have to clean the glass back panel frequently.

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There are power and volume buttons on the right side of the phone. Along with this, space for SIM tray has also been provided. There are dual SIM slots in the phone in which you will be able to use two nano SIMs. Storage cannot be increased. Speaker grill, 3.5 mm jack and USB Type-C port are present at the bottom of the phone. The 3500 mAh battery is not removable by the user. There is a home button on the front panel for many functions which also works as a fingerprint sensor. The screen occupies 70 percent of the front panel of the phone.

Compared to Zuk Z1, the fingerprint sensor has been improved in it. Besides being faster, it is also more accurate. This works even when the phone is in standby mode. You will be able to store 5 fingerprints. Unlocking the phone is easy. However, it is still oneplus 3 ,review) is not as fast. Lenovo says that its fingerprint recognition capabilities will become more accurate over time. It is a physical button that can also recognize touch and gestures.

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Lenovo has harnessed the power of this button to completely change the way we interact with user interfaces. A tap on the button means pressing back and downwards and it will take you to the home screen. It is possible to perform different actions by swiping left and right, double clicking and long pressing the button. This can be changed through the Settings app. We like the changes the company has made. If you don’t like this, then the old on-screen button can be activated by going to Settings.

The Lenovo Z2 Plus sports a 5-inch full-HD LTPS LCD screen. Its pixel density is 441 ppi. It is a sharp, clean and bright screen. There is no problem in reading the screen even in sunlight at maximum brightness. However, we found that the phone’s adaptive brightness settings didn’t work at times. We had to go to settings again and again and manually adjust the brightness. We felt that the quality of the screen was not improving due to the matte screen guard provided by the company.

Overall the screen of the phone is good. But it’s not as spectacular as the screens of many other flagship Android smartphones.

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lenovo z2 plus specifications
Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 820 chipset has been used in many flagship phones this year. in which xiaomi me 5 ,review, oneplus 3 ,review) And leeco le max 2 ,review) Are included. Now Snapdragon 821 is the company’s flagship processor, but 820 is still a very powerful and capable processor. Lenovo Z2 Plus benefits from this.

Lenovo Z2 Plus is available in two variants in India. The affordable variant is priced at Rs 17,999 which is equipped with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage. At the same time, a version with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage is available for Rs 19,999. By the way, we would suggest you to buy the variant with 4 GB RAM / 64 GB storage. Because there is no support for microSD card in the phone, you may feel lack of storage at any time.

The phone will support Wi-Fi A/B/G/N/AC connectivity, Bluetooth 4.1 and USB 2.0 Type-C connector. The company has provided a 10-watt charger with the phone, which disappoints us. However, the charging of the phone is not very slow. But, it is not a matter of quick charging.

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lenovo z2 plus software
CyanogenOS was used in the ZUK Z1. At the same time, Z2 Plus comes with custom built ZUI which is very similar to Google Now Launcher. Aspects like the home screen, widgets, and app drawer give a stock Google feel.

You will not get customization options like Cyanogen OS in interface and software. Customization can be controlled through the Settings app. However, the interface lacks a bit of polishing. At some places we encountered errors in grammar and spelling of words. Surprisingly, we also found the camera settings in the common Settings app. However, this can also be accessed through the camera app.

Z2 Plus runs on Android 6.0.1. It is expected that the company will continue to release security patches for this device. At present, there is no information about this handset getting the update to Android 7.0 Nougat.

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lenovo z2 plus camera
Lenovo Z2 Plus has a 13-megapixel primary camera. There is a single-tone LED flash with it. The front camera of the handset is 8 megapixel. With the rear camera you will be able to record videos in 4K resolution. At the same time, the front camera is capable of recording videos of 1080 pixel resolution.

The camera app has all the usual modes including panorama, time lapse and slow motion video. Apart from this, you will get basic filters in the Settings app. Shortcut icons are provided for video mode, camera switcher, flash, HDR and gallery. You will be able to control the resolution from the Settings menu. It is worth noting that there are three options in slow motion frame rate. It also includes a 960 frames per second mode.

After researching about the 960 frames per second mode, we found that it is a processing game. Indeed the framerate is 120 frames per second and the resolution is 720 pixels. The phone automatically slows down playback to give the impression of a higher framerate. Videos shot at 960 fps or 240 fps framerates are not true slowmotion. The gap between the frames is clearly visible. It would be better if you shoot in a framerate of 120 frames per second. The Z2 Plus isn’t much ahead of other phones in this department.

You will get the option to shoot normal video in 2160 pixels. In this mode you will get more sharp and detailed clips. However, when shooting in this resolution, the phone gets a little hot and the battery drains very fast. Videos appear fine even at 1080 pixels.

Photography with the Lenovo Z2 Plus was a bit disappointing. The photos aren’t bad by any means, but they don’t live up to the expectations of a flagship handset. The camera performance is like a typical mid-range device. Colors are a bit dull. You will see grains in the dark areas. It is not easy to take photographs when there is no suitable lighting. The camera on the Z2 Plus smartphone is fine for taking occasional pictures. If you like taking a lot of pictures then this phone is not for you.

lenovo z2 plus performance
The performance of Lenovo Z2 Plus is as good as expected. And the credit for this goes to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. Our review unit had 4GB of RAM, which is more than enough at this point. The second variant has 3 GB RAM. He will also prove to be completely capable. There is no problem in playing games and switching between apps. Capable software is also behind this. However, we did get complaints of the phone getting a little warm while playing games with more powerful graphics. Because of this the battery was consumed more rapidly. The benchmark results of this handset were good. Considering the Snapdragon 820 processor, we were expecting similar results.

The Lenovo Z2 Plus’ battery lasted 16 hours and 40 minutes in our video loop test. In normal use it will last for a day, which is excellent considering the hardware specifications of the handset. Wi-Fi, cellular connectivity and voice call quality were good. However, the speakers of the phone are not very good. Can’t expect a louder sound than this.

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our decision
After the influx of mobile phones in the budget and mid-range segment, companies are trying to offer phones with high-end specifications at mid-range prices. In terms of performance, Lenovo Z2 Plus is capable of challenging any flagship device.

The Lenovo Z2 Plus may not be the most exciting flagship phone, but its main draw is its price. At Rs 17,999, this phone promises to give you great quality at an affordable price. The Rs 19,999 variant is also cheaper than other flagship devices with similar specifications. For this reason it is easy for us to suggest you to buy this phone.

The Lenovo Z2 Plus offers flagship performance and quality at a mid-range price. If camera quality is not the most important thing for you then this phone is for you.

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