Lenovo Z2 Plus Goes on Sale in India With a Bunch of Interesting Offers

The Lenovo Z2 Plus could well be the phone to look out for in the mid-range segment in the coming days. The phone was launched last week and with specifications that can easily rival to best flagship out there, for a fraction of a price, the Z2 undoubtedly has people jumping on the hype train. Led by the likes of OnePlus 3 and the Xiaomi Mi5, we have already seen Snapdragon 820, the latest chipset so far from Qualcomm make way in the mid-range smartphone segment. With the Lenovo Z2 Plus, the bar has been pushed even more as the device is around Rs 5,000 cheaper than the Mi5, which by far the most economical phone running Snapdragon 820.


Amidst all the hype and praise for Lenovo, the phone went on sale at the midnight of September 26th, and till the morning we have observed that the phone is to come back in stock on 27th of September. So well done to the inventory management there. Like with most phone launches these days, the Z2 Plus also brings a host of offers for the first day of the launch so if you are looking to buy the phone this would be a great time. Some of the offers include:

  • Possibility of a 100% cashback, when you buy the phone from Amazon mobile application
  • 5% cashback if you transact using an HDFC debit card
  • Rs 15,000 eCash on, valid up to October 3, 2016
  • Chrono case worth Rs 1299 available for Rs 999
  • Free Matte Black Stealth case, worth Rs 999
  • An additional 9GB of data on Vodafone when you purchase 1GB of data

These are just some of the offers that are available, and you must check the listing out on Amazon for more, as there are offers on Kindle, an exchange on your old phone and who knows, perhaps more would be added in the due course. The Lenovo Z2 Plus is available for Rs 17,999 for the 32GB version and for Rs 19,999 for the 64GB variant. The phone features flagship specifications including 5 inch 1080P panel, a fingerprint scanner, 13+8MP camera and 3500 mAh battery. The phone comes with Marshmallow out of the box.

Arpit Verma

When not admiring flying metallic birds and the science behind them, Arpit is seen scribbling with his keyboard, voicing an opinion or two about personal technology. He is currently using a Samsung Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6s Plus as his mobile devices.

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