Lenovo recently rolled out a new Zuk handset, and the Z2 Pro flagship packs impressive specs under an affordable price tag.

Motorola might be Lenovo's most prominent smartphone subsidiary, but the Chinese OEM wants to prove its worth with the Zuk line of handsets. In 2015, Lenovo pushed out the Z1 phone, and albeit not being glorious, the gadget offered bang for the buck. It sported a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 801 for processing power, a fingerprint scanner for increased security and a sturdy 4,100 mAh battery.

The Z2 Pro is an entire new breed, with significantly better processing speed coming from the Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4/6 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. There is only one area where the Z2 Pro could have done better: the screen is a 5.2-inch capable of resolutions of only 1080p. The sharpness is definitely there, and by packing FHD instead of QHD in the display, the manufacturer makes sure that the phone's battery lasts longer.

The power source of the device is a decent 3,100 mAh. Straying away from the behemoth battery of the Z1 might take its toll, but 3,100 mAh is still on par with most flagship phones on the market.

The designers behind the Z2 Pro aimed at a quality build and got it.

The manufacturer touts that the device carries "the world's first true 3D glass body."

The Weibo entry about the Z2 Pro explains that the device comes with no less than 10 health sensors capable of detecting blood oxygen, UV rate and heart rate.

The camera combo is a classic 13-megapixel main sensor paired with an 8-megapixel selfie snapper. Lenovo maintained the fingerprint sensor from the Z1. The Z2 Pro can carry up to 128 GB of storage.

Connectivity wise, owners of Lenovo's flagship get high transfer speed in the form of USB 3.1 Type-C port, and it is also 4G LTE.

Software wise, Z2 Pro relies on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which gets a slight UI makeover.

The gadget should be available for purchase in China at a price of 2700 Yuan ($415). Lenovo did not officially state if it plans to make the device available in other markets.

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