Snapdragon 821-powered (Lenovo) ZUK phone spotted online2
Before we head on to mentioning the hardware specs, here are a few pictures of the phone which can be found in the database of China’s wireless regulatory agency:
In the imaging department, the upcoming ZUK flagship will feature a 13MP primary camera that slightly protrudes on the back as well as an 8MP shooter on the front.
Keeping the lights on will be a 3000mAh battery. That’s not too much battery juice, but it looks like some sacrifices were to be made to reduce the thickness of the phone to just 7.68mm.
At the moment, there’s no word on the price tag. The handset’s predecessor, called the ZUK Z2, was the cheapest Snapdragon 820-powered smartphone at the time of its launch. At the moment, the LeEco Pro 3 is the least expensive smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, selling for the equivalent of about $267 in China.
Unfortunately, we wouldn’t count on the handset being launched in the United States. Lenovo is pushing the Motorola brand in the US, meaning that there’s little room for the up-and-coming ZUK brand to expand in a market that Lenovo already covers through the iconic Moto branding.