ZUK is a sub-brand controlled by Lenovo that in the last year has captured the attention of the media and the public more geek thanks to the Z1 smartphone, a product with an excellent value for money. Today, as revealed by CEO Chang Cheng on the Weibo microblog, the Chinese company between poco more than a week - 21 April - will present ZUK Z2 Pro.
Meantime AnTuTu it confirms what should be the technical characteristics of the terminal (with the code name Z2121) which will also compete with the latest and most prestigious top-of-the-range products. According to the well-known benchmark, the terminal technique would be characterized by one fullHD screen, SoC Snapdragon 820 Qualcomm supported by Adreno GPU 530.
The rear camera will be from 13 megapixel and the front one from 8 megapixel, While the RAM will vary in two cuts: 3 or 4 GB, combined with 32 GB of internal memory, quite particular, considering that in the current model the quantity amounts to 64 GB.
So, the versions of ZUK Z2 Pro would be two and would only differ for RAM; a configuration that, therefore, it would seem to refute the rendering that emerged at the end of 2015 in which he imagined the smartphone with one rotating camera.
The price of ZUK Z2 Pro should be around 300 Euros, but in this sense there are no confirmations. At the moment there are no images or presumed rendering, so we'll have to wait until next week to find out all the details about ZUK Z2 Pro.