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Zuk’s CEO: Zuk Edge Smartphone To Be Launched Next Week

There were many gossips and rumors about the Lenovo’s upcoming Zuk Edge smartphone regarding its features, launch date, and so on. Now enough of gossip and rumors stuff. Let’s give you some real news about Zuk Edge smartphone. Zuk’s CEO has himself revealed about the launch of Zuk Edge smartphone next week. Yes!! You have heard it right. Next Week!!! Though there is no confirmed date yet, but its next week.

Chang Cheng, the former Lenovo VP and current Zuk CEO, posted on Monday via Weibo, the Chinese social networking website, about the new upcoming smartphone that will be launched next week. Moreover, the new smartphone was supposedly spotted in live images.

Zuk Edge was seen in a listing at TENAA—the Chinese certification authority. According to the listing, the Zuk Z2151 aka Zuk Edge will have a full-HD display of 5.5-inch, that is 1080×1920 pixels. This new smartphone will be featured with quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor along with 4GB RAM. It was also said by the Chinese publication, who posted live images of the upcoming smartphone, that this new smartphone will come with a variant of 6GB of RAM too.

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Zuk Edge will allegedly be available in 2 storage models: 32GB and 64GB. The smartphone is expected to be available with a 13-megapixel rear and an 8-megapixel front camera. According to the TENAA listing, the Zuk Edge will be featured with Android 6.0 Marshmallow along with ZUI 2.0 skin. It will also have a 3000mAh long-lasting battery. It also said that the new smartphone will be having a fingerprint scanner.

With all these features, I think there’s nothing left to ask for from Zuk Edge. Let’s see how much enjoyable experience and comfort will Zuk Edge provide.

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