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Lenovo's subsidiary brand Zuk's first phone, the Z1, pretty much takes its inspiration from Apple's iPhone, but runs the Android-based CynogenMod instead.
The Lenovo Zuk Z1 is a new phone from Lenovo's new mobile phone subsidiary, Zuk Mobile. Resembling an iPhone, this smartphone is runs the Android-based community-developed CyanogenMod.
The phone has a 5.5-inch full-HD display and comes in white or grey.
Like other recent Android phones, the Z1 comes with a fingerprint sensor that also doubles as the Home button.
If you're familiar with the Apple iPhone, you'll note the more than passing resemblance of the bottom of the Z1.
Internally, the phone has 3GB RAM, 64GB of onboard storage, uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and has a whopping 4,100mAh battery.
The phone is 0.35 inches (8.9mm) thick, and like the iPhone, comes in metal and sports white antenna bands.
The front camera shoots 8-megapixel pictures.
The 13-megapixel rear camera doesn't take very good pictures -- read our review to find out more.
Unlike the iPhone, the 3.5mm audio jack is located at the top.
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