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Lenovo Zuke Z1 Unboxing and Review

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Lenovo Zuk Z1:- 8
Design:- 8
Display:- 8
Software:- 8
Performance:- 9
Battery life:- 8
Camera:- 8
Value for money:- 8
UI Key Specifications
Display:- 5.50 Inch
Processor:- 2.5GHz
Front Camera:- 8-megapixel
Resolution:- 1080×1920 pixels
RAM:- 3GB
OS:- Android 5.1.1
Storage
64GB
Rear Camera
13-megapixel
Battery capacity
4100mAh
Look and feel
 Only a few years ago, phones with 5.5-inch screens were considered as over sized screen phone, and it was often a topic of discussion if you had a large phone. Today, 5.5-inch screen size has become the trends because of increased media consumption on smartphones. It is just like evaluation in Screen size variation due to demand. The Lenovo Zuk Z1 goes with this tried and tested size, although the phone does definitely feel a bit bulky.

The reasons for the bulk are a metal frame and a 4100mAh battery, which contribute to the phone’s 175g weight. Although it does not have a unibody casing and the back is plastic, the battery is not user-accessible. The dual-SIM tray is on the left side, within the frame. The phone does not support expandable storage, so there is no slot for a microSD card.

There are two colour options for the Lenovo Zuk Z1 in India; white and space grey. Our review unit was grey, which we quite preferred over the white option. The back has a dull, metallic finish, as does the frame. The phone is bare of any Lenovo branding, with just a Zuk logo at the back and nothing else. The camera and flash are located at the centre of the back near the top, and on the whole we quite like the minimalist styling of this phone.

Review and Unboxing

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