It’s previous news that Lenovo-backed Chinese language smartphone model ZUK is gearing as much as launch the successor of the ZUK Z1 i.e. the ZUK Z2 in 2016. Now renders of the approaching smartphone have leaked online, giving a glimpse into a number of the features of the ZUK Z2.
The leaked renders of the ZUK Z2 are courtesy of MyDRivers and level to a singular feature for the smartphone – a rotating camera.
The pictures present that the ZUK Z2 has a totally-rotatable prime aspect, which signifies that the handset will sport a single camera. Because the rear-facing camera will have the ability to click selfies, the smartphone doesn’t require a separate front-facing camera.
“ZUK Z2 is provided with a rotating camera laterally, from this design, so the machine is simply this one camera (translated),” notes the publication.
This camera, nevertheless, can be utilized for clicking selfies by merely rotating it frontwards. Nevertheless, the renders don’t present the device from all angles and, subsequently, it’s troublesome to determine via the pictures alone if the ZUK Z2 will have the ability to rotate 360 levels.
The renders trace at a camera that may rotate one hundred eighty degreed, whereas this can be a nifty feature – it has been noticed earlier on a number of smartphones just like the Huawei Honor 7i and the Oppo N collection.
The leaked photographs of the ZUK Z2 don’t supply any particulars on the specs of the approaching handset. Nevertheless, contemplating that the device’s predecessor comes with 64GB of on-board storage, the ZUK Z2 will probably get the identical on the very least.
The pictures additionally recommend that the smartphone will sport a metallic body and have 2.5D glass on the rear in addition to the front.
The firm’s CEO has beforehand confirmed a Q1 2016 launch for the handset and it’s rumored that the device will home the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset.
The authenticity of the renders stays circumspect and a risk exists that the leaked pictures perhaps the handiwork of a ZUK fan. Subsequently, it’s higher to take the leak with a pinch of salt.
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Source : TechTimes