Lenovo subsidiary ZUK has been working on its Z2 handset, a sequel to its first one released back in August. But the parent company has been very much keen on having ZUK lead the company’s innovations — the international Z1 featured Cyanogen OS.
More change is on the way for two ZUK models, both slated to have 4.7-inch 720p displays and the MediaTek Helio P10 chipset, the latest high-end silicon from the Taiwanese manufacturer for mid-range phones.
There will also be a fingerprint sensor and ZUK’s ZUI skin, though we don’t know what OS it will mask (Cyanogen or Android). The only real difference comes down to either 2GB or 3GB of RAM and 16GB or 32GB of storage.
We suspect that more will come, of course.