The Lenovo-backed ZUK brand that will run CyanogenOS will soon be releasing its first flagship - the Z1 - and some of its specs were revealed during a ZUK presentation yesterday. First off, the phone is expected to sport the so-called U-Touch system underneath the screen, which will be used both for unlocking the screen, like a fingerprint scanner, and for swiping around menus...
Sounds pretty intriguing for a handset that allegedly won't break the bank for you, but there are more details that were revealed on the presentation. The ZUK Z1 will feature a 13 MP rear camera of the "latest generation," whatever that means, but we'd wager to guess it will come with one of the recent Sony sensors.
The Z1 will support a bunch of 4G LTE frequencies out of the box, too, and will ship with a 4XXX mAh battery - yep, that is what's written on Lenovo's presentation slides, hinting at a 4000+ mAh juicer with the now-typical for Lenovo great battery life.
Previously, we 've heard that the ZUK brand flagship will sport a 5.5" 1080p display, 3 GB of RAM, and 16/32 GB of internal storage. There are also rumors for a Snapdragon 810 chipset, which might be hard to believe, considering the price point. So far, so good, especially for what is expected to be the $300 flagship of the new ZUK brand, and we'll relay to you any other details that trickle down before the August/September unveiling.