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Lenovo Zuk Z1 officially launching in Indonesia

Lenovo Zuk Z1 officially launching in Indonesia
Lenovo Zuk Z1 officially launching in Indonesia
BliBli.com will be the official online retailer for the Z1 in the region. Starting prices will be roughly 270 Euros for the 5.5-inch FHD smartphone.

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The Lenovo and Shenqi Zuk brand is expanding to the Southeast Asian market. After announcing launch plans in Dubai and Berlin, the Zuk Z1 smartphone will now be available in Indonesia exclusively through the online retailer BliBli.com for the equivalent of 260 to 300 Euros.

Zuk CMO Chen Jin was at the press event in Jakarta alongside Qualcomm Director of Indonesia Shannedy Ong and BliBli CEO Kusumo Martanto to make the announcement. The online retailer had previously secured devices such as the Mito T35 tablet with Intel SoFIA 3G-R SoC and the Lenovo Vibe S1 and Meizu M2 smartphones for sale in the region.

The Zuk Z1 smartphone has been available in parts of Europe since mid-October for roughly 300 Euros. More information and technical details on the smartphone can be found on our previous news story here.

Lenovo created the Zuk brand earlier this year to bolster its international presence in the smartphone market. The Chinese manufacturer is still a well-known smartphone brand in its native region, but competitors like Huawei and Xiaomi are becoming increasingly popular. The Zuk Z2 is already confirmed for a 2016 launch.

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Ronald Tiefenthäler/ Allen Ngo, 2015-12- 8 (Update: 2015-12- 8)
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