Lenovo Zuk Edge Benchmark Test Reveal Extravagant Specs, Android 7.0 Nougat; Everything You Need To Know


Zuk Edge was reportedly spotted on AnTuTu running on the Android 7.0 Nougat from Google. Moreover, the device reportedly comes with a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP front shooter as well. Note that global sales are expected to begin early in 2017.

The newest handset from Lenovo was recently launched with the latest Android OS update. The Lenovo ZUK Edge reportedly cleared TENAA. Furthermore, the Zuk Edge has reportedly been the subject of a number of Zuk Edge leaks spotted online on AnTuTu.

Additionally, the Antutu benchmark listing for the new Lenovo Zuk Edge reportedly reveals that the the Zuk Edge will sport at least 6GB of RAM. Apparently, the Zuk Edge will feature the Snapdragon 821 In addition, the Zuk Edge is said to roll out with a full HD display at 1920x1080. The new Lenovo Zuk Edge is also rumored to include a minimum 64GB internal storage and additionally a 128GB internal storage option as well, GSM Arena reported.

The AnTuTu Benchmark further noted the Lenovo Zuk Edge New model Exposure coded Z2151. It is said that the Zuk Edge will also include the Adreno 530 graphics card. Lenovo is yet to confirm if any of the rumors circulating about the Zuk Edge are true.

Meanwhile, the Lenovo Zuk Edge was also spotted on a Chinese certification website called Tenaa. Recent leaks of the Zuk Edge reveal that the handset may not sport a curved display as seen as in the latest handsets released this year. Leaked images allegedly feature an ultra-thin upper bezel on the Zuk Edge as well, Indian Express reported.

Zuk edge is slated to be the fourth handset in Lenovo's Zuk line. Leaks also revealed that the Zuk Edge will feature a 5.5 inch LCD display. The handset may be backed by 3,000mAh of battery and is said to weigh 160 grams. The Zuk Edge is rumored to come in Black and White color options.  Watch the Zuk Edge features revealed here:

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