Lenovo-owned Zuk it seems is ready to infuse the smartphone market with a unique new device in the form of the Z2. A successor to the currently available Z1 handset, this offering is all set to be a more advanced affair which is visible in the leaked images that have just surfaced online.
The most eye-grabbing feature of the Zuk Z2 will seemingly be its rotating camera. While other phones have featured such shooting equipment before, none have adopted the kind of design which this one has opted for. The entire top portion of the handset will rotate edge to edge in order to transform the rear camera into the front camera.
These renders have been leaked by My Drivers (via GSM Arena), and they even tell us that the Z2 will be going for a single LED flash which is quite uncommon for high-end devices that feature dual LED modules. Other details about this upcoming smartphone haven’t come out through this leak.
But in the recent past, the CEO of the company had conveyed that the phone will be grabbing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, and will be released some time in 2016. The Zuk Z1 to which it is a successor is being sold in the international market right now with Cyanogen OS onboard.
This phone features a 5.5-inch full HD display and runs on the combination of a quad core Snapdragon 801 processor and 3GB of RAM. Hidden underneath its home button is a fingerprint scanner for added security.
As we move closer to the launch of the Zuk Z2, we’re sure some more leaks are bound to pop up in the weeks to come; so stay tuned for them.