Over in China, there’s a new company rising to the top of the smartphone producing chain of OEM, which we hear is a sub-internet brand of Tech giant Lenovo. The said company called ZUK released their flagship device dubbed ZUK Z1 yesterday in China, with a price tag of $284.
ZUK Z1 is a FHD 1920 x 1080 5.5-inch device which boasts a large 4,100mAh battery which the company claims is good enough to offer 120hours of standby time, or 48 hours of 4G LTE usage. Charging is done via a USB Type C 2.0 plug.
Other charming details of the ZUK Z1 device include a uTouch fingerprint scanner, a snapdragon 810 SoC chipset with clock-speed of up to 2.5Ghz, 3GB RAM and up to 64GB internal storage memory.
Currently, there’s little known about the device, but we know it’s a dual-SIM and would probably come with a cyanogen mod UI (for the international version, as the Chinese version comes trotting ZUI. The cameras include a Sony IMX214 13 MP shooter with OIS on the rear as it’s main camera, while the front is adorned with 8 MP for selfies.