Lenovo Vibe Z K910 lands, priced at Php24,999

Lenovo Vibe Z K910 lands, priced at Php24,999

Lenovo Mobile Philippines announced yesterday that they Vibe Z (K910) is now available in stores and comes with a suggested retail price of Php24,999. The Vibe Z replaces the K900 Kobe Bryant smartphone from last year, ditched the Intel processor in favor of a Snapdragon 800.

The Vibe Z was announced back in November and we saw it in CES this January.


Lenovo Vibe Z K910 specs:
5.5-inch Full HD IPS display @ 1080×1920 pixels, 401ppi
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.2GHz quad-core processor
Adreno 330 Graphics
16GB internal storage
HSPA+, LTE 150Mbps
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual band
Bluetooth 4.0
GPS with aGPS support, GLONASS
FM Radio tuner
Sony IMX135 13MP f/1.8 rear camera with dual LED flash
5MP front-facing camera
Li-Po 3000mAh battery
Android 4.3 Jellybean
149.1 x 77 x 7.9mm

Lenovo switched to a Qualcomm chip in order to get LTE into the Vibe Z. You should start seeing the Vibe Z in stores for Php24,999.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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25 Responses

  1. Jemco Latay says:

    I’ve read in some article that the vibe z k910 offer a dual sim function. Is this true?

  2. abuzalzal says:

    Yikes, nagkuripot na naman sa internal storage/expansion slot, which of course can be a deal – breaker to many

    You’re not supposed to cut corners sa storage feature/s lalo na kung flagship ito!

    Lebobo nga kayo

  3. techbuzzard says:

    Abuzalzal bastardong bobong pinulot sa putik! Puro ka panlalaet! Wala ka lang masabe, wala ka ring pambili! Manahimik ka na lang! Yang CM mo walang ibabatbat sa kahit anong brand na globally sikat. So what kung nonexpandable to? Tambakan mo ba to ng apps? Di naman eh. Nagpaparamihan lang ng storage para may masabe lang.

  4. teifwald says:

    :), ako naka cosmosx2 16gb internal tapos 32gb sdcard halos wala g laman parehas, puro pics and music lng 12.61 gb available phone storage and 29gb sa sdcard.. meaning? d nman lahat ng tao pare parehas un usage kaya kung hindi ito maganda sau then just look for another phone, for me maganda itong lenovo lalo na lte, and malaki screen <3

  5. diego delos santos says:

    guys, so sorry po ha pero I am in accord with abuzalzal on the internal storage issue.i am a freelancer cpa and I turned down the globe nokia lumia 1320 plan kasi low internal storage na 8gb and no update up to now sa windows if all apps can be fixed to the external storage. I want a phablet na can be also a temporary pc in the field. still waiting for the globe or smart plan na nokia lumia 1520. in my opinion the manufacturers are pushing the cloud storage para kumita sila. with the current stone age internet facility we have, matagal tagal pa bago mag take off sa tin ang cloud storage. so sorry po talaga kasi sa tingin ng mga manufacturers mga pinoy e wla naman daw pag gagamitan ng malaking storage lalo na kung ang mga current phones dito e puro app na games lang ang mga laman. peace po to everybody.

    • abuzalzal says:


      If ”Cloud” is the trend sa mga first world countries, then huwag sila mag-expect na kakagatin ito ng tao sa mga 3rd world countries

      They should have made some compromises to make way for the SD slot…LG did this with their G2 (Korean version has a smaller battery & 16 gb internal storage but it comes with an SD slot)

      Ganito dapat ang ginawa ng Lebobo, offer some SD card variant pero paliitin yung battery to at least even it out.

    • wew says:

      bottomline: depende sa user,kung di naman kailangan ng malaking storage xempre hindi magiging factor ang pagkakaroon ng maliit na internal storage…wala namang problema kung may magcriticize ng phones pero ung comment ni abu halatang puro panlalait at hindi naman para sa ikagaganda ng product.in short,troll na ang gusto lng eh manlait ng manlait.

    • Justin says:

      Gumawa ng kakampi si abuzalzal… and his name is ‘diego delos santos’. Hehe.

  6. Rico says:

    Try it guys. I think this is ok but SM-9005 still better.

  7. dags says:

    Despite being similarly specced with the Nexus 5, Nexus 5 beats the hell out of this overpriced flagship from Lenovo. Seriously, who in their right mind will shell out more money for something that has the same specs as Nexus 5?

    • Milhouse says:

      If this phone has a great battery life then that would be its gigantic advantage over the Nexus 5 which is notorious for its disappointing and frustrating short battery life.

    • dags says:

      Is the extra 1000 mAh battery capacity enough to justify the ridiculous pricing of Lenovo Vibe Z K910? I don’t think so.

    • john says:

      oo nga eh. mas mahal nga siya compare sa Nexus 5. mura naman talaga ang mga Nexus kung icocompare mo sa mga flagship phones ng Samsung, LG, HTC. sana nga matuto na ang mga manufacturers na mas prefer ng mga tao ang cheaper.
      halos same ng specs ang Vibe Z at Nexus 5 pero mas maganda naman ang performance ng Nexus 5 kasi nga stock Android ang OS niya. walang bloatwares. Pero kapag Vibe Z naman bibilhin mo di rin naman siguro lugi ka kasi maganda naman design niya. tas maganda din build quality. maganda din ang camera tas screen.

      Ang ganda talaga pag meron competition ang market. tayong mga customers ang magkakaroon ng advantages. di tulad ng mga telcos natin dito sa Pilipinas. duopoly eh kaya wala na silang paki alam sa mga reklamo at feedbacks ng mga customers. tayo nalang ang niloloko. sobrang mahal ng bayad pero ang bagal ng internet. tsk tsk

  8. bliss says:

    too expensive yet it offers nothing more than it’s competitors…you can get the note 3 for 2k more…which is a far superior phone in terms of feature, made and specs…and considering it’s just a lenovo it’s priced to high

  9. LL says:

    I agree with abuzalzal, It’s 2014, di dapat tinatanggal ng mga OEM yung choice to expand the storage ng mga devices. Yung mga against at nagrereply agad ng harsh statements kay abuzalzal, think again, bibilhin nyo ba yang device na yan khit wala card slot?how would you use 16GB esp if you’ll use the phone for high end games which needs 1-2gbs of space, your music files which can also reach 1-2GBs of space, pictures which can reach up to 4mb/ea since this has a 13mp camera. You only have at least 12-13Gbs on this phone, tapos magrereklamo kayo pag wala na space for new files or games.
    Deal breaker talaga ang walang sd card slot. And also, nagsasabi lng ng opinion si abuzalzal, tama at may point naman sya, depende din sa user ang storage ng mga devices pero mas hassle yun pag alam mo na maliit lang storage mo kasi iisipin mo, 16GB lng meron ka,masyado mo ili-limit sarili mo sa paglagay ng new files. Wag na din natin isama ang cloud storage, not everyone wants to go online just to check there files at isa pa mas matagal yung kung access pa natin sa cloud mga files natin, Let’s be honest, mas madali pa din maaccess ang local storage kesa sa cloud, kaya sa nagsasabi na bobo si abuzalzal, magisip kayo. peace. :D

    • john says:

      sa mga gusto talaga ng malaking storage. wait nalang kayu im sure dadating ang 32 gb version nito katulad ng k900. flagship phone kasi to ng lenovo :) napansin ko lang kasi tong si abusalsal kapag nagpost ang yuga dito ng mga phones na galing sa mga sikat na brands ang dami talagang reklamo. pero kapag CM phone yan feeling niya perfect lahat ng CM phones. di niya makikita ang mga flaws nito. LOL

    • wew says:

      @john tama.pag cm kadalasan laging walang reklamo lol

  10. yazunuri says:

    this is really a disappointing smartphone. i was really looking forward to a smartphone having both Dual SIM and LTE capabilities. In the end, they resorted to what everyone else was doing, i.e. releasing separate models to handle each feature. Worst of all, and the real deal breaker to many of those waiting for this phone including me, is the extremely limited capacity without any way of expansion. How can you maximize the features of the phone, given its high end specs, if you can barely put anything in it? Its high end specs will be just wasted to basic functions, which can be done by most smartphones currently in the market anyway. So why spend on this one then? In this day and age when most smartphones are beginning to look the same, a manufacturer should be setting itself apart in order to attract customers. This is definitely not the case for Lenovo and its Vibe Z.

  11. jeanne says:

    Lenovo phone for 24k? Ahahahaha…Ahahahaha…Ahahahaha….ahahahaja

  12. meh says:

    Well they finally have a decently spec’d phone but its priced higher than an LG G2 or Nexus 5.

  13. Roundnews says:

    To Jemco Latay: You are right! The Chinese version features active dual-sim, something that very few phones have.

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