Lenovo Launches Smartphones in Pakistan with Aim to Become No 3 Player in First Year


Lenovo today announced that it will be launching this September its Smartphones for the first time in Pakistan with a ten-model portfolio, designed to fit every style, personality and budget.

Sharay Shams, Head of Smartphone Business at Lenovo Middle East and Africa along with Arif Shafique, Country Manager for Lenovo Pakistan, announced five Android smartphones today in an event that concluded here in Karachi in the evening today.

Sharay Shams said that Lenovo is aiming to become the number three smartphone player in Pakistan with-in its first year, exactly like they are placed now in UAE and Saudi Arabia after one year of the launch in two Middle Eastern markets.

Lenovo officials explained company’s positing in regional and global markets. They said that company is ready to greet the future technologies and that their proven leadership in laptops is now translated to tablets and smartphone segments.

The first Lenovo smartphones will hit the shelves in Pakistan early September and include the dual-SIM and quad-core S-series with the slim and fashionable S850, the S860, the S650 and Lenovo’s A369, company’s low end phone with a price tag of Rs. 8,900.

Lenovo will also introduce its highly anticipated flagship device Vibe Z2 Pro in Pakistan around late September. Lenovo officials didn’t reveal the price for Vibe Z2 yet, but said that it will be a high-end device.

Check below the prices of Lenovo Phones at the time of Launch next month:

Model Price Availability
A369i PKR 8900.00 Early September
S650 PKR 19,700.00 Early September
S850 PKR 29,700.00 Early September
S860 PKR 36,500.00 Early September
A328 TBD Late September
A536 TBD Late September
A606 TBD Late September
S580 TBD Late September
S856 TBD Late September
Vibe Z 2 Pro TBD Late September


Lenovo smartphones will be available at all major retailers and will be distributed in Pakistan through Tech Sirat who will also provide after sales support.

Commenting on the debut of Lenovo smartphones in Pakistan, Sharay Shams said, “Pakistan is proving to become a very competitive and important market in the smartphone landscape. With the recent expansion into 3G and 4G networks, and the development of the existing network infrastructure, there is a natural consumer need for smartphones. For the past year, we have been receiving a lot of questions about the smartphone launch date in Pakistan and we’re happy to finally be able to provide consumers with our flagship smartphones.

Lenovo is world’s fourth smartphone vendor number one vendor in China.

“In Pakistan, recent research figures from the Pew Research Center indicate that smartphone penetration stands at only 3%. With the network optimization that’s taking place across the country, we expect this figure to rise significantly in the coming years, and Lenovo is well placed to nurture this growth with a wide range of smartphones.”

Select models of Lenovo’s smartphones will also come equipped with a range of DOit apps; with the award-winning SHAREit, users can instantly share pictures, videos, music files, documents, contacts and even apps with up to five devices without an Internet connection.

It wirelessly transfers information or even the app itself between devices at up to 40x faster than Bluetooth®. SECUREit optimizes and protects users’ mobile data with its menu of data-protection tools. With a single touch, it protects against viruses, spam and malware, and if the tablet becomes lost or stolen, anti-theft protection locks it down. SECUREit acts as a privacy guard to protect against unwarranted access to users’ private information and also makes the tablet operate faster by taking actions such as closing redundant background apps.

Check below the pictures of the five smartphone that were unveiled today:

Lenovo Z 2 Pro








Lenovo S650

Lenovo S650 is only 8.7mm thin and features a laser-etched fabric-feel rear cover for better grip. Resistant to scratches and fingerprints, this phone looks good at all times, letting you be a fashion icon without busting your wallet.

It runs on a powerful 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and the gesture and motion-based user interface makes it easy to use with one hand. Add to it the excellent front and rear cameras and you get a chic, powerful phone at a very reasonable price.

S650 is price at Rs. PKR 19,700.00.






Lenovo S860

The Lenovo S860 is a powerful and responsive smartphone that keeps up with even the busiest people, featuring ultra-long battery life for all-day productivity. The large 5.3” HD screen, quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM make it a smooth and stylish performer.

It is best for Mobile professionals who need a smartphone that goes as long as they do and young people who want uninterrupted gaming, chatting, socializing, surfing, and email all day long on a large HD screen.

S860 is priced at Rs. 36,500








Lenovo S850

The Lenovo S850 smartphone is a slim and ultra-light device powered by a 1.3 GHz Quad-core processor. The all-glass exterior (in a choice of blue, pink and white) looks as good as the high-res pics it takes. Boasting a big 5” HD screen with ultra-wide viewing angles, along with 13MP rear and 5MP front cameras, the S850 is great for shooting and sharing pictures.

It’s the perfect phone for fashion-conscious stylistas who want a stunning smartphone that suits their style, and social butterflies who love to be connected, share selfies and video chat all day.

Lenovo S850 will be priced at Rs. 29,700








Lenovo A369i

The low-end Lenovo A369i comes with a 4” screen to offer a great multimedia experience at an affordable price. It also ensures a seamless and more responsive interface as it runs the Android Jelly Bean OS on its 1.3GHz dual-core processor.

Add to this its Dual SIM feature. A369i – when launched – will be priced at Rs. 8,900.




Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK

  • all their phones have mediatek processor even the phone S860 which is priced at 36,000. One could get Nexus 5 in that range.

    • This one’s with official warranty, while the Nexus 5 (16 GB) is 38k without warranty. Still I’d say the Nexus is the better deal. Hard to see how Lenovo plan to gain traction in Pakistan with prices like these.

  • Mushkil hai boss, with these phones and prices the target can’t be achieved I guess. Anyway best of luck to Lenovo and Tech Sirat Pvt Ltd.

    P.S: Aamir bhai, aap tu professional photographer hogaye :)

  • they can only gain market share through aggressive marketing and hiring some stupid bollywood celebrities for endorsements.

  • In the above article it is written 3% smartphone density.. I believe it is 3% of Samsung lovers only.. the smartphone overall category is expanding Thanks to qmobile for giving awareness (very important factor)… there is Bank Guard whose salary is meagre around 8k now he has a smartphone.. Price are high of Lenova.. they need to curtail to survive… Specs are nothing special..

  • Dear I want to purchase K-900 metal golden color,
    please arrange for me in karachi with reasonable price

  • well well well every one calm down a little bit. First of all forget about the price of the product because Lenovo is a Brand of IBM which was an American Company Bought by China later on. But the quality is still of IBM. It is very reliable very solid one and also fast. its battery timing are much much better than all the mobiles in the market in Android category. I must say if any one buy it once it is hard for you to switch to another brand!

  • best mobile brand, lenovo. i have lenovo yoga tablets 8 inch and also my laptop is lenovo flex 14. best brand ever i have used. now i want to buy lenovo S850 mobile… please suggest me place where i can buy it from rawalpindi.

  • lenovo should bring motorola phones to pakistan as quickly as possible. moto g series is great specially the moto g 2nd gen is amazing. pls bring that at an affordable price to pakistan

  • yar i have lenovo s850 yesterday my phone screen is blackout i donot understand what the hell is this but every thing is working only screen is blackout what todo any budy help me

  • no dought lenovo is producing best phones in the markey.
    but as a Tech Sirat customer i strongly recommend that never buy any lenovo or other brand which comes in Tech Sirat warranty. i have worst experience with Tech Sirat. and its not only me many people complaining whenever i visit their Rawalpindi regional office for my phone. Every customer who enters into office will be send back with new story and literally people abusing and fighting in the office. its been more than two month that i have submitted my lenovo k6note for minor battery charging issue. person sitting in the front desk office have list of lies to give next to next dates. and still i am phone less and visiting and calling their office after every two or three days. if any Tech Sirat official have issue with this post talk to me through my email [email protected].

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