Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro receives Android 8.0 Oreo with ZUI 3.5

Lenovo’s subsidiary brand ZUK was discontinued by the parental company for the sake of Moto series smartphones. The ZUK branded devices were going much fierce in the market, but somehow they called off the company website and official team in 2017. However, the company later promised that their users will receive timely updates including new Android versions. While the Android 8.0 Oro released back in 2018, the Lenovo’s ZUK managed to keep pushing the Android 8.0 Oreo-based beta Operating System for selected models including Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro. Now the smartphone has just gotten out of the Beta stage and users reportedly started receiving Android Oreo stable build.

Currently, the ZUK Z2 Pro smartphone users from Chinese province are only getting the update topped with ZUI 3.5 o top. It is not surprising that the company rolled out the update ever before many brands, as they already had the Beta testers back in November. The new Android 8.0 Oreo with ZUI 3.5 also fixes many bugs which were affected in the older version of the operating system. The update also brings many features including new gestures, a health app, etc.

Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro receives Android 8.0 Oreo with ZUI 3.5 2
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Here is the complete changelog for the ZUI 3.5 based on Android 8.0 Oreo:

  • New User Interface Design which is more optimized
  • Optimized the Volume rocker adjustment bug
  • Loudspeaker bug fixed
  • Mobile data leakage issue repaired
  • Fixed Media sharing issue in WeChat
  • Battery Power Saving Optimization issue with Apps is fixed
  • New UI for calls and text messages
  • New Security Center, including Blacklist feature
  • U Health app for fitness and exercise
  • Personal calendar feature

While upgrading to the new update rollout, make sure that you have enough battery power and storage space left on your smartphone. Also, the company says that it is quite common for the updated devices to have stubborn battery drain and warm at the first boot. Just a restart would fix it.

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