Last year we got a look at Lenovo's Zuk Z1 and came away impressed with Lenovo's powerful offering that was priced at just $320. Now the company has done it again with the impressive new Zuk Z2 Pro.

Zuk Z2 Pro

The ZUK Z2 features a Gorilla Glass 3 protected full HD 5.2-inch Super AMOLED display and powered by Qualcomm's flagship 2.15GHz Snapdragon  820 along with 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage. The ZUK also features USB 3.1 connectivity with a Type-C port, Cat 6 LTE radio, dual NANO SIM slots, and a 3100mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0.

The design is pretty sleek as well. It's not exactly original and looks almost exactly like an iPhone from several angles. But it has a few distinct touches as well, and also adds a shock absorbing layer to protect against damage from falls. Speaking of the iPhone – check out that one screenshot where Lenovo straight up copies the Apple Watch health UI.

While that might actually sound normal for a 2016 flagship, ZUK Z3 wants to add more pizazz to the list. It boasts that it is the first flagship smartphone to have 10 "professional" sensors all in one device. Well, there's a fingerprint scanner, of course, on the home button at the front. ZUK also mentions a heart rate monitor, blood oxygen monitor, and, definitely a new one, UV detection. It might sound like a portable lab kit, but users are reminded that these do not replace professional workers or devices.

The Zuk Z2 Pro has Android 6.0.1 under the heavy Zuk UI. However, it's a China-only device. That means no Google services. It's available for preorder at the equivalent of $420 for the higher-end version. The other one hasn't been priced yet. It will ship to Chinese consumers on may 10th.