Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro launched in India @ 33k

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Looks promising with good battery, 1440p screen! This would give Moto X 2014 real run for the money. Many would say Moto the experience... But anything bigger than 5" really makes me think again, I cant reach the other end of the screen without a 2 hand operation major downer for my pleasant experience!!
 

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^^ Yep, that is a key difference. There is very little choice in Indian market currently if you want a high end device with dual Sim support and good battery capacity. That's why I am seriously considering this.
 

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HTC One E8 it crippled in many ways. The most important being lack of USG OTG.
 

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^Battery which is very important for dual sim phones.. Ask lenova p780 users :)
 

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Lol. You literally mentioned every part of the phone.
yes,but difference in specs not much whereas in price is too much, somehow I cannot justify the price in my mind after seeing Mi3 in presence.
 

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yes,but difference in specs not much whereas in price is too much, somehow I cannot justify the price in my mind after seeing Mi3 in presence.
We have now entered a stage in the mobile world when the upgrades are going to be incremental only. Personally I don't like phones with big bezels viz. Mi3, Z1, iPhone 6+. Older gen iPhones were the only comfortable big bezel phones for me.
Motorola has already shown that they can sell a lower-spec phone at near flagship prices. So, at least for me, deciding factor when buying a phone would be, battery life and design language, both physical and of the skin being used.
 
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We have now entered a stage in the mobile world when the upgrades are going to be incremental only. Personally I don't like phones with big bezels viz. Mi3, Z1, iPhone 6+. Older gen iPhones were the only comfortable big bezel phones for me.
Motorola has already shown that they can sell a lower-spec phone at near flagship prices. So, at least for me, deciding factor when buying a phone would be, battery life and design language, both physical and of the skin being used.
True, well said
 

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no micro sd slot nor 64 gb version....i seriously wonder why is it missing in so many top end gadgets these days?
 

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^^ Yep, that is a key difference. There is very little choice in Indian market currently if you want a high end device with dual Sim support and good battery capacity. That's why I am seriously considering this.
I wish more manufacturers would go for the bigger battery even if there is a propotionate increase in weight/bulk.