Lenovo’s ZUK Z1: Scratching the surface
Lenovo, the world’s premier PC maker, has had its smartphone department release the ZUK Z1 and brought to you is all the specifications that this device packs in a simple overview.
The ZUK A1 smartphone supports double SIM technology (Nano SIM) and also has support for 3G and 4G connectivity. Coming with the Android Lollipop 5.1, there’s the option for an upgrade to the Marshmallow waiting for you.
Sporting 5.5′ of screen, the device uses a quad-core processor rated at 2.5GHz and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC. There’s 3GB of RAM available and an internal storage space of 64GB which is non-user expandable.
A 13MP camera is available to the device from the rear and a nice 8MP shooter is featured on the front of the device for your selfies and video calls. Worthy of note is that there’s a dual LED flash available for the back 13MP camera which helps it handle itself well in low light situations.
The battery is also worthy to look at, clocking at 4100mAh. Other features of this device that makes it worthy to look at are the fingerprint sensor and the fast charge it adds on. The USB is also a Type C reversible connector.
For readers in the UK, Europe or in China, the device goes for $340 , $333 and $280 respectively.