Lenovo subbrand, ZUK, is reportedly on the way with a compact flagship as the successor to OnePlus-Challenger OnePlus 3.
Lenovo’s counterpart to OnePlus and Huaweis Honor-brand, called ZUK, and is still far from being known at our latitudes.
Anyway, it will be worth following the company, when it the 31. may launches what most likely will be the successor to the ZUK Z1.
In a teaser post on news blog Gizmochina it appears that the company will introduce a Z2 and Z2 Pro at an event in Beijing.
On the spread seen Qualcomm’s logo, suggesting that it will probably be either a Snapdragon 820 or 652 that must drive the aspiring topmobil. A square field at the bottom also suggests that a fingerprint reader will be available on the phone front.
Much confusion before the launch
What the two Z-phones accurately will bid on, has been marked by conflicting information. The latest, last week, was the company’s ceo, Chang Cheng, and lauded the performance from the built-in Samsung Exynos 8890 processor.
Rumors go, however, that two models will let loose, a 5.2 “Pro model with a full HD display, as well as a smaller model with a display about the 4.7” – like the Apple iPhone 6S. This allows Lenovo ZUK Z2 together with Sony Xperia Z5 Compact be the only Android-topmobil with a screen less than 5 inches.
Both phones will have 32 GB of storage, 3 GB of RAM and will get respectively a 8 and a 13 megapixel camera front and back. It is reported that the battery had to be huge, with even up to 4,100 mAh, and the charging will take place through the USB C.
Below you can see the first leaked photos of what is believed to be the Lenovo ZUK Z2.