After unveiling a custom interface for its Z1 in China, Zuk Announces Partnership with Cyanogen for the release of its smartphone internationally. The Zuk Z1 therefore export under CyanogenOS 12.1.
After a quick appetizer on Chinese social networks, Zuk unveiled last week Z1, its first smartphone. When formalizing the new brand Lenovo announced the presence of its Android smartphone 5.1 Lollipop, complete with an overlay called home ZUI. The latter does not however cross the borders of the Middle Kingdom, as Zuk has announced a partnership with Cyanogen. At its international release, the Zuk Z1 therefore run on Cyanogen OS 12.1 (a ROM based on Android 5.1 Lollipop also).
Currently announced only in China, the Zuk Z1 therefore export to more distant countries, and why not the old continent. More details on this will be nevertheless communicated by Zuk August 21 at a conference in Shenzhen. Vikram Natarajan, vice president in charge of partnerships at Cyanogen will also present to talk about the software part of the phone.
For memory, the Z1 Zuk is equipped with a Full HD panel IPS of 5.5 inches, a Snapdragon 801, 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. In addition, it has two cameras 13 and 8 megapixels, a 4100 mAh battery to power everything and a USB Type-C connector.
With a price of 1,800 yuan (260 euros), it looks like being a very good value … and in two days we will know if it will ever be available in France without going through import.
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