Lenovo launched its brand new set of smartphone ranges ZUK in May 2015. Just a year later, the company has already unveiled 3 handsets underneath this flagship, beginning with ZUK Z1 uncovered in last year and followed by Z2 and Z2 Pro in this year. Now it looks like the company is about to reveal another masterpiece under the same flagship attributed with powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821- processor.
The insight came out when the pictures of the alleged smartphone alongside its key specs were spotted on China's TENNA database. However, there is no information provided yet about the release date of the same. It is now highly speculated among tech fans that the smartphone will make its debut within the third quarter of 2017.
As per the specs revealed from the picture of the phone, it will sport a 5.5-inch panel running at 1080/1920 pixels. According to GIZMOCHINA, the phone will run on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS and will be having full network support on 4G network bands. As per current indications, it will support some network bands including 1, 2, 3, 38, 39, 40 and 41.
As per Phone Arena, the most important yet intriguing part of the phone is that it will be powered by a flawless Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, the fastest SoC that Qualcomm currently manufactures. The smartphone will feature 4 GB of RAM. As per hints, will be released in two variants, the primary version having 32GB of memory space and the higher-end one comprising 64GB of storage space.
The phone will sport a 3000mAh battery. The camera specifications as gathered till now hint that the smartphone will sport a 13 MP rear shooter alongside a 8 MP front snapper. The device will be as much thicker as 7.68 mm The price details is yet to be revealed. However, at the moment, the LeEco Pro 3 is the least expensive smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, selling for the equivalent of about $267 in China. So, we can expect the new ZUK model to be retailed at a price, not more than $300. However, we have to wait will any official announcement comes from the company's end.