Price details of Lenovo's flagship phone ZUK edge have surfaced online, just days before the launch.
Slashleaks, citing sources, has claimed that the upcoming flagship would cost ¥2699 (approx. $389/€369/Rs. 26,492) and it also managed to get a hold of the image of the ZUK Edge.
It shows a silver white-hued front panel with golden frames on the edge. The interesting thing to note is that the device lacks dual curved screen, as previously thought, thus, casting a shadow over the report's authenticity.
Other branded phones including Samsung Galaxy S7 series, which come with 'Edge' suffix have all come with dual-edge curved screen, where the display extends towards the right and left sides of the screen to provide immersive display viewing experience, and also house additional short-cut buttons for most used apps for easy access. So, we urge our readers to take this report with the proverbial pinch of salt.
So far, Lenovo has not made any official comments over this speculation, but confirmed to launch ZUK Edge later this week. We just have to wait for a few more days to know what the company has in store for the fans.
Expected features of Lenovo ZUK Edge:
From what we have gathered so far, the ZUK Edge is expected to feature a 5.5-inch full HD display with 1920x1080p resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad-core processor backed by Adreno 530 graphics engine, 6GB RAM, Android Nougat OS and 64GB internal storage.
It is also said to come with a 13MP primary camera on the back, an 8MP snapper on the front and a 3,000mAh battery.
Watch this space for more updates.