Lenovo likely works on small ZUK smartphone

Lenovo likely works on small ZUK smartphone

A new rumor from China claims that the local tech giant Lenovo is busy working on a new ZUK smartphone that will come with smaller dimensions. The device, when released, will target people who wish to have a smartphone with a smaller display and hence smaller dimensions.

The upcoming handset does not have a name as of now but there’s enough information on its tech specs – the new ZUK device will likely have a 4.7-inch display at 720p resolution, a Helio P10 processor by MediaTek, which includes eight Cortex-A53 cores at up to 2 GHz and Mali-T860MP2 graphics. The smartphone will be available in two versions – with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory and with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory.

The new ZUK smartphone is expected to come with a fingerprint sensor but it is unclear whether the fingerprint reader will be located. The overall design of the device is also unclear – the rumored smartphone may be a smaller ZUK Z1 smartphone or something entirely new. The pricing of the device is unknown and so is the release date so there’s not much else to do but wait. By the way the rumored new Lenovo smartphone may run Cyanogen OS but this is to be confirmed.

Source: GSM Arena

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