Lenovo Appoints i2 Pakistan as Smartphone Distributor in Pakistan

Lenovo today announced that it has appointed i2 Pakistan as distributor for the complete range of Lenovo Smartphones in Pakistan. i2 Pakistan will provide their value added solutions and services to maximize the reach of Lenovo smartphones across the country.

Commenting on the partnership with i2 Pakistan, Arif Shafique, Country Manager for Pakistan, Lenovo, said:

We are happy to be partnering with i2 Pakistan to deliver our world class leading smart devices. As we drive the growth of our Smartphone business, we believe that i2 Pakistan will help make Lenovo smartphones more accessible with their multiple distribution points across the country.

He added:

i2 Pakistan’s successful track record, services and support, extensive network, and logistics capability simplified our choice in appointing them as a distributor in Pakistan.

Launched last year in Pakistan with a ten-model portfolio, Lenovo smartphones cater to top-end users, stylish trendsetters, multi-media enthusiasts, social media aficionados and conscious spenders. Lenovo offers smartphones in all various categories, catering to any consumer segment, with first-class designs, smarter features and improved functionalities all competitively priced.

Rizwan Younas, Chief Executive Officer of i2 Pakistan, which also owns the Global Customer Care Centers in Pakistan, said:

We are very pleased to be partnering with Lenovo in Pakistan and excited to be part of the company’s ambitious expansion plans [for Pakistan]. We have a great fit with Lenovo, in terms of our shared strategy and commitment to the local market. Our deep hands-on engagement with the channel and pro-active approach to marketing and business building will ultimately ensure that consumers in Pakistan will benefit from Lenovo’s new range of high quality, great value smartphones.


  • Lenovo can easily compete with qmobile if they launch a AD campaign like them. Their phones are better than qmobile and the name is 1000 times better!!!!

  • Lenovo will be selling phones with the name of Motorola, right? I read somewhere that they will make only laptops and computers using the name Lenovo but for their mobile phone business only Motorola name will be used.

    • Nahi, what they said was that from now on, they would be focusing more on Motorola’s smartphones and less on their own models, because obviously, no matter how u look at it, Moto is a much well reputed name than Lenovo when it comes to smartphones

  • What about Motorola smartphone as its is now a lenovo company. Would the bring Motorola phone to Pakistan or they will sell cheap lenovo crab phones in Pakistan.

    • It’s good I’ll give it 8/10. It works fast,have good battery and has never got stuck!but I’ll advice u to wait for upcoming a7000.

  • Whatever but they wont be launching k3 note here as it is one of budget device.They will be targeting high end market mostly.

  • I2 Pakistan does not deserve and able to become Lenovo Distributor as I am seriously affected when I submitted my smart phone on March 04, 2017 again after 03 hours of collection of same from their office that comes under their warranty and yet now I have not received. Moreover, their staff is cooperative and I submitted my device second time on March 04, 2017 followed by first submission on Feb 06, 2017.
    I am requesting Lenovo to review their service abilities and then take a serious decision.


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