The ZUK Z1 from last year was followed up last month with the ZUK Z2 Pro. If you’ve been wondering where’s the non-Pro, stay calm – it’s coming. Senior vice president of Lenovo Group (ZUK’s parent company) has shared an image of the ZUK Z2 on Weibo disclosing a few design details.
The almost pitch-black render requires some adjustment to actually reveal the phone but once that’s done, we’re given a glimpse of the metal frame and 2.5D front glass. A hardware home button and a Type-C USB port have been borrowed from the Z2 Pro.
It’s on the back, where the Z2 takes a different path compared to the Pro. The camera has been relocated from the central axis to the top left corner, there appears to be a single LED instead of the dual LED dual-tone unit of the top model and there’s no laser autofocus window.
If this Z2 turns out to be the Z1 mini rumored in late February, we’re looking at a 4.7-inch 720p display, Helio P10 chipset, and 2GB/3GB of RAM. With teasers coming straight from top Lenovo execs, official release can’t be that far in the future.