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The startup has had its fun, analyst Pan Jiutang said, but with market forces and Lenovo's own financials needing a boost, it's the end of the road for ZUK.
Lenovo's new ZUK Edge is no Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge killer, but at roughly $330 and up, it comes with a killer bang for buck.
The Lenovo subsidiary's CEO has teased the date a couple times. No fancy keynotes, just straight to the marketplace with this minimal bezel device.
The ZUK Edge has been teased by the company's CEO with a 5.5-inch display, a front-facing fingerprint sensor and a whole lot more put aside in rumors.
Here's a fancy camera grip to give you optical zoom and variable aperture to work with on your Moto Z or Moto Z Force. It may be shown at IFA.
The non-Pro Lenovo ZUK Z2 is finally official in China, where it's set to cost the measly equivalent of $275 with pretty impressive specifications.
The company's CEO typed up a little post on Weibo to say that the 8890 on this ZUK Z2 runs well. Remember, the ZUK Z2 Pro came out a month ago.
The ZUK Z1 was no pushover, but the Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro is a unique beast of an Android phone, sensibly priced to appeal to Chinese mobile consumers.
The next Snapdragon 820 powerhouse to join the Android heavyweight arena should be the Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro on April 21, with up to 4GB RAM on board.
Lenovo subsidiary ZUK produced its first global product in August. Will a smaller version come our way soon?
Lenovo's low-cost ZUK Z1 flagship can be had for even less in the next few hours, specifically $280, complete with free international shipping.
Lenovo wants Europeans to get a taste of ZUK Z1's Cyanogen OS software freedom and great overall quality-pricing ratio via a few local Amazon branches.
Learn what a newly announced ZUK Cyanogen partnership means for international sales of the compelling new mid-ranger Z1.