At last, those using the Lenovo ZUK Z2 Plus smartphone in India can speak the same language as the rest of the people using flagship Android phones from 2016.
Apparently, the ZUK Z2 Plus has started receiving an update that bumps the software from Android 6.0 Marshmallow to Android 7.0 Nougat. This update carries a weight of 995.75MB and also brings a new ZUI 2.5.104 skin on top of the stock Android OS.
Once installed, all the goodies that you probably heard about Android 7.0 Nougat will now be at your disposal, be it the enhanced battery life with Doze mode, better multitasking with Once installed, all the goodies that you probably heard about Android 7.0 Nougat will now be at your disposal, be it the enhanced battery life with Doze mode, better multitasking with split-screen view or even better control over settings and app permissions, among others.
As noted, the Lenovo ZUK Z2 Plus is a flagship from 2016 and fans were growing crazy the longer the Chinese OEM took to release the Nougat update. Note that the standard variant has already been updated to the new OS and as a matter of fact, it has taken Lenovo more than eight months to release the OS to this flagship device.
The phone ships with a 5-inch Full HD display screen with a Snapdragon 820 running the show under the hood. This flagship processor has been paired with a 4GB RAM alongside 64GB of storage. The back has a 13MP ISOCELL shooter with PDAF, EIS and a decent f/2.2 aperture while the front has an 8MP sensor.
The Plus part comes in when talking about the battery capacity, where you find a massive 3500mAh unit that supports fast charging technology.