Lenovo is likely to launch ZUK Z2 at an event in China on May 31. The smartphone is the ‘Lite’ variant of ZUK Z2 Pro, which the company unveiled in April. Now, a leaked certification has confirmed the complete specifications of the device.
A listing on TENAA, the Chinese smartphone certification site confirms the Lenovo ZUK Z2 will be available in white and black colour variants. According to a report on MyDrivers, the smartphone sports a 5.5-inch full HD display with a pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920p.
The website reveals the dual-SIM smartphone will run Android Marshmallow on top of ZUI 2.0. Lenovo ZUK Z2 features a 13MP primary camera and 8MP front shooter.
It is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 820 processor, cloaked at 2.15GHz. The device will come in two storage options – 3GB RAM + 32GB ROm and 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM. Just like Lenovo ZUK Z1, which was recently launched in India, the ZUK Z2 will also not support expandable storage.
The listing hints at a 7.9 mm thick smartphone that weighs just 150 grams. There is a 3100mAh battery backing up the device, with support fro QuickCharge 3.0.
Lenovo said it sold 25,000 units of ZUK Z1 in its first Amazon sale in India. In our review of the smartphone, we noted the ZUK Z1 with Cyanogen OS and 64GB space is a great option for users, who don’t see the old Snapdragon 801 processor as a problem.
We will however, have to wait until Lenovo ZUK Z1 comes to India. The website does not reveal any details about the price or availability of ZUK Z2.