ZUI official microblogging today announced that the YOGA Pad Pro will open ZUI 14 OTA internal test recruitment, and said the official version will also follow as soon as possible.
The way to sign up for the internal test includes 1. private letter to the official ZUI microblogging. 2. follow the Lenovo ZUI public number and send the “internal test” (subsequent internal tests can also be signed up directly in the public number).
The relevant configuration, Lenovo YOGA Pad Pro is equipped with Snapdragon 870 chip, LPDDR5 memory + UFS 3.0 flash memory, equipped with 10000mAh battery, support QC 4.0 fast charging; choose 13-inch 2160×1350 resolution, 100% sRGB colour gamut display, support HDR 10 and Dolby Vision; with a full-featured USB-C interface with video output and OTG, Wi-Fi6 wireless network support, and a multi-functional stand that can be flipped 180° to expand usage scenarios.
Lenovo ZUI 14 was released in August last year, with the slogan “Splendid and dynamic, efficiency upgrade”, which has a lot of upgrades in UI, games, interaction, interconnection and video, etc. ZUI 14 was first launched on the Legion Y70 phone and Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2022.
ZUI 14 has richer all-around cards and a new gorgeous and agile design language, which has reconstructed the visuals on the cell phone and tablet side.
In terms of games, it supports intelligent frame detection, which detects the refresh rate of games to bring out the best performance; intelligent game update, which automatically downloads the update package in advance when idle; intelligent game assistant, which realizes performance adjustment and function integration; and One View, which automatically switches between full screen, split screen and floating window to bring a better experience.
ZUI 14 tablet supports a global taskbar, which makes it easier to open floating windows and split screens, up to 5 floating windows at the same time, as well as drag and drop text and images between applications. It also supports “Super Connect”, which allows cell phones and tablets to share networks and applications with one click, and the phone can also serve as the tablet’s console to display the tablet’s status data.