While mobile consumers in the West probably regard Motorola as the most appealing brand in Lenovo’s portfolio, folks over in China may start to consider a company ZUK which is a subsidiary of Lenovo a robust alternative to local veterans like Huawei, Xiaomi or Meizu with the launch of the Z2 Pro.
This is so much bolder than ZUK’s affordable but hardly trend-setting 2015 Z1 , daring to go where no Android handheld has gone before, with official iCloud support out the box.
No idea yet, though there are many other original propositions made by the Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro, including a hefty range of 10 health sensors, a top-shelf 6GB RAM configuration, and 3D, as opposed to 2.5D, “floating glass design.”
No reason you should pair the just-announced 5.2-incher with an activity tracker, since it can measure blood oxygen levels, your heart rate, and UV radiation all by its lonesome. It also recognizes fingerprints in 0.1 seconds, and starts with 4 gigs of memory if you want to save a few bucks or go for the 6GB model overkill.
Under the back, you of course got a Snapdragon 820 processor , and respectably large Quick Charge 3.0-enabled 3,100 mAh battery keeping the lights on, as the Z2 Pro’s display settles for frugal 1080p resolution.
Lenovo’s wish to sell the 6GB RAM/128GB ROM ZUK Z2 Pro at the measly equivalent of $415 in China starting tomorrow, April 22. With 4G LTE connectivity, obviously, a USB 3.1 Type-C port, and ZUI-skinned Android 6.0 Marshmallow pre-loaded.
Originally written by kalpesh.
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