Lenovo updates the series ZUK and several of their other devices with ZUI 4.0, it checks if it is yours!

Chang Cheng, group vice president Lenovo, announced the day today the update of ZUI 4.0 for mobile the series ZUK. Are the various terminals of the company that will get the most recent version of the personalization layer. Check if your mobile is in the list so you don’t have the latest software from Lenovo.

The company announced that the ZUI 4.0 will come to the ZUK Z2 Pro and ZUK Z2 in its beta version at the end of this week. On the other hand, the update for ZUK Edge will begin to be implemented from next week.

Devices that will be compatible with the new update of ZUI 4.0:

  • ZUK Edge
  • ZUK Z2 Pro
  • ZUK Z2
  • Lenovo S5
  • Lenovo K5
  • K5 Play
  • Moto Z-series 2018
  • Bike Z2 Play

As you see, the version of ZUI 4.0 will come to other devices in addition to the ZUK. There are several mobile group Lenovo that are compatible with the most recent update of the software. Without a doubt, it’s a good news for the users of this brand.

it Is true, Chang Cheng announced during the launch event of the Lenovo S5 during the month of march which is the updated version of ZUI 4.0 would begin to be implemented in July. However, it was in August 2018 when the update began to reach out to Lenovo Z5. The deployment of the personalization layer is slow but sure.

ZUI 4.0 comes with support for functions U-touch 4.0 and gestures full-screen. It also introduces a new function of voice assistance based on artificial intelligence.

in Addition, the company has added a feature called Game Line Network Acceleration that will help you to obtain a game experience faster. Ideal for if you want to spend a little time to pervert with Fortnite or the PUBG Mobile.

The update has been optimized to give the user a faster experience and enhanced. In case outside little, the ZUI 4.0 help to reduce energy consumption and to improve the stability of the device.

And you, do you think to install the layer of customization on your mobile?

Source | Gizmochina