Last week, rumoured Lenovo ZUK Edge smartphone made an appearance on TENNA giving us the first clue of its existence. Now, that the cat is out of the bag, the company has informally confirmed that the device make its debut in December.
Without disclosing the specific date, ZUK CEO Chang Cheng confirmed on Weibo that ZUK Edge will be unveiled next week and also showed off the promotional poster giving fans a glimpse on the upcoming flagship phone.
In the photo (courtesy, Android Pure), ZUK Edge features rectangular-shaped candy bar design language. On the front, it seems to have near-zero bezel display with really less space left on the top and the bottom segment for speaker and home button, respectively.
On the back, it flaunts sandstone grey-hued cover with circular camera module on the top with LED flash positioned below it vertically.
There is no official word on the internal hardware of ZUK Edge, but if the recently leaked benchmark results are to be believed, it is expected to boast Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad-core processor backed by Adreno 530 graphics engine, 6GB RAM, Android Nougat OS and 64GB internal storage.
Word on the street is that ZUK Edge will house a 13MP primary camera on the back, an 8MP snapper on the front and a 3,000mAh battery.
Watch this space for more updates on Lenovo's ZUK Edge.