If there is a trend that we’re starting to see, it would be that smartphone makers are trying to reduce the bezel along the display by as much as possible. We saw this with the Xiaomi Mi Mix, and now it seems that Lenovo’s sub-brand Zuk has unveiled something similar in the form of the Zuk Edge.
As you can see in promo image above, the Zuk Edge really does try to keep its bezels as thin as possible. However it isn’t quite the same as the Mi Mix in the sense that the top part of the phone is still relatively thick, and the bottom part of the handset is also pretty thick where the home button is housed.
However it is still a pretty-looking phone and it’s specs are pretty decent as well. It features a 5.5-inch 86.4% screen-to-body ratio. There is a fingerprint sensor under the glass, along with a heart rate monitor placed on the back of the phone alongside a 13MP camera. We’re also looking at a Snapdragon 821 chipset with 4/6GB of RAM, and 64GB of native storage.
Unfortunately it seems that for now just like the Mi Mix, the Zuk Edge will be limited to China for now so don’t expect to get your hands on it if you live outside the country.
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