Leaked renders of the ZUK Z2 posted online, could sport a 360-degree rotating camera
New images have been posted online of the rumored ZUK Z2, which is said to be a revolutionary smartphone with a 360-degree rotating camera. ZUK, a Lenovo-supported brand in China, launched the Z1 earlier this year, and thus far, it’s seen great success.
These leaked renders indicate the the ZUK Z2 will feature a dual-sided metal and glass design and that the display will be made out of 2.5D glass. From the renders, there doesn’t seem to be a front-facing camera, which is what makes the 360-degree rotating camera really interesting.
Theoretically, with it being so rotatable, you could use the smartphone’s rear camera as a front-facing camera, giving you some really detailed selfies.
As far as specifications go, the ZUK Z2 is rumored to have a Snapdragon 820 in tow. There are no rumors as to what else the ZUK Z2 is packing under the hood, but some reports are saying that the Chinese market could see a 128GB model of this smartphone.
Keep in mind that these are unofficial leaked renders, so it’d be wise to take all of this with a grain of salt. It’s a really neat smartphone concept, and it’ll be interesting to see if it makes it to the Chinese market down the line.
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