Electronic Gadgets | Tags: Smartphones, ZUK
The Chinese startup ZUK, backed by Lenovo, has launched its first smartphone called as the Z1. The ZUK Z1 is designed for power-users and features a fingerprint sensor, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 64GB eMMC storage, 4100mAh battery and a USB 3.0 Type-C port.
~ ZUK Z1, the new generation smartphone ~
The smartphone is priced at about RMB 1799 and is available on China now. The international version is expected to be released soon. The ZUK Z1 has an unique variant of the home button, the U-Touch, with its fingerprint sensor, combining home, back, menu, app switching and multi-tasking into one single button.
The U-Touch has a 508 DPI low-power fingerprint sensor offering 0.31s identification speed with high accuracy. The U-Touch is equipped with TEE certification environment in chip’s TrustZone. The fingerprint sensor enables secure e-payment via e-payment methods such as Alipay and JD Wallet.
Z1 comes assembled with a 13-million-pixel stacked CMOS rear camera and professional OIS optical image stabilization system with Largent lenses. It takes only 0.5s to be ready for use and focus completes in 0.3 seconds. The 8 million-pixel front camera with a large aperture of f/2.2 and pixel size of 1.4-um delivers clearer selfies. Built-in photo-retouching brings out the best in any image.
Information via prnewswire.