I wonder how good its built... specs are cool but build quality is equally important.
AnonD-213493, 04 Jun 2016Huawei? Bro you high?
Lenovo is rising and doing pretty much great along with Moto and zukMoto is the bankrup handphone company . their idea since Nokia generation already outdate.lousy interface , non user friendly , defect rate too high ( in Malaysia) , high price , slow service centre , what you can expect ? Motorola is famous slim design in old day , but now day we request more not only slim.
btw , i saw each china company got the model of the year ( flagship) only Lenovo like to cut off some feature , which make his model when compare apple to apple , they lose in most sector.
AnonD-541274, 06 Jun 2016If they could have gone with what the ZTE Axon 7 did then all the better. Axon 7's UI just... moreYup the only phones that come to mind is Moto, OnePlus (and now ZTE) that offer close to stock experience with slight tinkering on their part. Everything else is too heavily skinned for my liking tbh but Cyanogen was perfect, stock Android with enough useful features to make it more appealing. I think I'll hold onto my OPO for a little while longer, hopefully it gets Android N from them.
AnonD-463876, 05 Jun 2016Cyanogen has been breaking ties with a lot of Android OEM's lately, first OnePlus now Lenovo's... moreIf they could have gone with what the ZTE Axon 7 did then all the better.
Axon 7's UI just tinkered very little as it wants to support Google VR's Daydream. Which means a near-stock Android is required and guaranteed a fast Android version update.
AnonD-541274, 05 Jun 2016Or they could have gone with OxygenOS (HydrogenOS in China). It's a familiar atmosphere for th... moreCyanogen has been breaking ties with a lot of Android OEM's lately, first OnePlus now Lenovo's Zuk. I think it's because the company is a lot more cozier with Microsoft these days.
AnonD-463876, 05 Jun 2016That sucks, I was really looking forward to a Cyanogen International version. Hopefully it get... moreOr they could have gone with OxygenOS (HydrogenOS in China). It's a familiar atmosphere for them. There might have been an internal conflict as to why the Cyanogen was mishandled in that fashion.
cant wait to see the international version of it 1799 rmb!!
thats gonna give 2016 flagship a run for its money
AnonD-541274, 05 Jun 2016At just $275, the ZUK Z2 is monster-specified in terms of hardware: With 64gb ROM/4gb RAM (no ... moreThat sucks, I was really looking forward to a Cyanogen International version. Hopefully it gets good developer support so we can install CM on it. The only other flaw I see in this phone is lack of NFC but at least it uses a LCD panel instead of AMOLED.
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2016Looking at the picture, it seems as if there is a variant of Zuk Z2 Pro (5.2 inch display) wit... moreThere is a diference.
You can see it in the web of zuk.
There premium finish is in ZUK Z2 pro. 6ram
It is a little bit bigger, and some sensors.
The other, is 4ram. A little bit smaller and other finishes.
Looking at the picture, it seems as if there is a variant of Zuk Z2 Pro (5.2 inch display) with 4gb of RAM. Can anyone confirm this? There were no previous reports of this model that I know of.
Atlas, 04 Jun 2016What is good about ZUK? this looks like a low budget smartphone? operating system proably not ... moreAt just $275, the ZUK Z2 is monster-specified in terms of hardware: With 64gb ROM/4gb RAM (no microSD), SD820, USB Type-C and fingerprint sensor. 3500mAh is relatively big on a 5" display. Add an IPS LCD full HD (1080x1920) to it and expect an above-average battery life.
The camera from ZUK Z2 pro is 13MP with Samsung ISOCELL sensor @f/1.8, so it's highly possible that a ZUK Z2 camera (hinted at 13MP) will have the same sensor but with smaller apperture @f/2.2.
This time ZUK Z2's software swayed the Chinese way(LOL) and introduced the heavily-customed, Marshmallow-based ZUI 2.0 - parting ways with CyanogenOS. ZUK has no plans with Cyanogen's backing as of this moment.
I don't like the design.
AnonD-98399, 04 Jun 20166mil , not 60mil , Huawei still sell like hot cake. 1 thing Lenovo really need to learn is the... moreHuawei? Bro you high?
Lenovo is rising and doing pretty much great along with Moto and zuk
6mil , not 60mil , Huawei still sell like hot cake. 1 thing Lenovo really need to learn is they have to make up their mind to come out the 1 year once flag ship model , which configuration is compete in every sector.
Z2 is reduce the battery capacity for no reason .
i prefer to see :
6" FHD , 6GB , 128GB rom , 5000mah , F1.7 ,32mp rear, 20mp front , 4 speaker , USB 7.1 headset , Cree LED as flashlight (not for camera use , because no matter how to flash , the photo is like shitt in the dark.)
who would be shocked by them figures?
emerging manufacturer who isn't acting like a primadona(apple, samsung and few others) and can deliver v.good device at the realistic cost :)
What is good about ZUK? this looks like a low budget smartphone? operating system proably not very good either. nevermind battery life?
almost 70% of this registration was done by third party sellers. they will sell it for much higher price.
AnonD-56158, 04 Jun 2016Does the Chinese replace their mobile phones yearly or every time a new phone comes along? Hu... moreJust look at the price and population of China
Not always are these numbers true
U know xiaomi has been fined many times for hyping their numbera