Just got my Zuk Z1, it's running on Qualcomm @ MSM8974AC 2.5ghz. Noticed several issues, it gets heated up quickly, default album sub-par, contacts can't read full notes, only can read one top line, cannot edit contacts, everytime use browser diverted to this site http://global.ymtracking.com/t...ff_id=27742. What's going on. This is not Lenovo's standard? Battery also can't last like my P70A , it's worse
I was looking for 100% perfect phone, but finally this model too have a non removable battery. Am not buying this too..
A non removable battery force us to depend on their customer service, after a few years, cost 600 rs service charge in addition to battery cost.
Everyone knows how to change battery, and there is no meaning in keeping battery inside the case, which in turn make the scenario worse once your mobile hangs.
T T Joseph, 10 Oct 2015zuk, please see that your next phone should have dual sim(micro), expandable dedicated memmor... moreNano-sim is the future. Micro sim is bigger than nano sim and won't fit in some phones. OIS camera takes more place than normal camera in mobile phones and battery is also big. So because of less place, they opted for nano sim.
Eagerly waiting for this phone in Saudi Arabia. Lenovo is not paying attention to middle east customers.
Sorry but 1080p@30fps video capture should be in main disadvantages because the lack of 1080p@60fps standards already changed tech is in new level now
zuk, please see that your next phone should have dual sim(micro), expandable dedicated memmory card slot,NFC,and removable battery,rest every thing is fine.
Harry, 25 Sep 2015its dose not printed LENOVO brand ?70 prcnt share of zuk is owned by lenovo. Rest is with other chineese manufactures. Zuk z1 is designed by lenovo and manufactured by Elephone. zuk using its own distribution , not lenovo or elephone
so this is basically like a oneplus one combined with no nfc and usb type-c with bigger battery?
After re-reading the specs I noticed that it doesn't mention anything about NFC support and that it only shoots 1080p videos instead of 2K like most good Android phones.
swirly, 30 Sep 2015Snapdragon 801 is still relevant today and years to come.Right on!