Almost a month after its formal launch, the much-awaited smartphone by Lenovo, dubbed ZUK Z2 Pro with 6GB RAM is now available for pre-order.
ZUK appeared in 2015 with Z1 which featured a bigger battery, good storage, USB Type C connectivity and cyanogenMod for the foreign users. However, the device did not win a lot of attention owing to its odd design and the bug prone operating system.
It is being claimed that the latest device by ZUK has overcome the shortfalls of the Z1 with its powerful chipset and health sensors.
According to the manufacturers, ZUK Z2 Pro will support 23 networks and it will be the first handset to capture images in a heartbeat. In addition, it is also expected to feature an array of health sensors along with the capability of syncing with the iCloud.
Specifications of ZUK Z2 Pro
As far as the specs of the smartphone are concerned, it will feature Super AMOLED 5.2-inches display with 1920×1080p screen resolution. Snapdragon 820 SoC will fuel ZUK Z2 Pro.
Also, ZUK Z2 Pro will feature a number of health sensors, such as the heart rate and UV rays sensors. As per ZUK, the latest handset will include ten different sensors that can be used to monitor the user’s health activities precisely.
On the camera front, the handset will pack in 13MP rear camera with an F1.8 aperture along with an 8MP selfie clicker. The handset will also feature OIS and PDF, Live Photo mode along with 4K video recording capability.
ZUK Z2 Pro will come with a physical home button on the front with an inbuilt fingerprint sensor. Additional specs will include 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The device will be powered by 3100mAh battery featuring the Quickcharge 3.0 support.
ZUK Z2 Pro will come with a price tag of $417.