Lenovo's new flagship smartphone is called ZUK Z2 Pro and it's powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor (the potential of this platform is fully activated), it has a true 3D-glass body and ten professional sensors, and it costs $320 or $415 (premium version).

ZUK Z2 Pro

This new Android-powered flagship device is touted to take full advantage of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset, where the ten professional sensors will be able to also support heart rate, blood oxygen and UV detection; as it comes in a true 3D glass body which will definitely make it look good in your hands or while you are simply leaving it on the desk, watching a movie on it. In addition, there is a sensitive fingerprint sensor that is capable of detecting fingerprints even when your finger is wet – and just like the Huawei P9, it will increase its accuracy over time to make the unlocking process faster and faster.

The body of the Lenovo ZUK Z2 is made of a true 3D glass, so the entire glass is evenly curved. It has a middle frame made of aluminum, it's combined with a roll-cage shock-absorptive design. The glass is very resistant, hard to crack, even if the user will accidentally sit on the phone.

The Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro is also said to be one of the world's first batch of F1.8 high-aperture, Xiaomi Mi5 also using this specification, 1.34μm high-pixel, dual IS mobile phones, supports PDAF+CAF dual-mode focus, with superior effects in high-speed focusing, night shooting and sports shooting. 4K video shooting? It has gotten that covered as well, where it can handle 960fps ultra-high-speed shooting in a smartphone for the very first time. Arriving in 128GB and 64GB capacities, with color options of titanium black and porcelain white, you will find it retail for approximately $415 at the high end side of things.