A teaser image of a new ZUK smartphone was released by the Chinese company’s CEO Chang Cheng. The image shows a black-colored sleek-looking phone with what looks like a 2.5D curved display. On the back is a camera sensor, dual tone LED flash, and an apparent laser auto-focus module.
The image – which was shared on Weibo – also had an accompanying text that read: Tremble xx5, x9, xxx6. So, without directly naming the Xiaomi Mi 5, Huawei P9, and the Meizu Pro 6, Cheng is claiming that the upcoming ZUK phone is a better alternative.
Cheng recently revealed that the Lenovo-backed company will launch a new smartphone on April 21, so it’d be reasonable to assume that the phone shown in the teaser is that particular device. Although he didn’t reveal anything else about the handset, rumors say it’d be the Z2 Pro.
As rumors have it, the Z2 Pro will be powered by Snapdragon 820 SoC, and sport a full HD display. Storage will be 32GB, with RAM either 3GB or 4GB. The phone will have 13MP/5MP camera combo and run Android 6.0.1 out of the box.