Nubia already made its mark in China with devices that’s highly competitive and feature-packed. Now, like all other popular Chinese brands like Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo and all others, Nubia’s next step in international expansion and there’s no better way to introduce itself to the world than bringing its best to date the new Z11.
The Z11 is Nubia’s latest flagship and is one of the most beautiful device it produces. It features a virtually bezel-less design and a metal frame construction. It comes with a 5.5-inch Full-HD 1080p display and includes a 2.5D glass lamination.
The handset is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Chipset and comes in two variants based on their memory and storage; the standard features a 4GB RAM while it’s top of the line variant boosts 6GB of RAM with both devices having 64GB of internal storage.
Mobile imaging enthusiasts should find the Z11 something of a must have as Nubia promises DSLR-like image quality for the Z11, the handset houses a 16-Megapixel main camera with an f/2.0 Aperture for low-light assist and optical image stabilization both within the hardware itself and in its software. Taken into consideration is the 8 Megapixel front camera in which despite the lack of a front facing flash is gladly enough to offer smart light feature something similarly implemented on few devices that utilize the display as the source of light. It also promise a studio-quality images for the front-facing camera so you’re next selfie should be as good as being taken by professionals.
Feature-wise, the Nubia Z11 keeps users happy and satisfied through entertainment and security with its AK4376 sound chip for studio-quality audio and Dolby ATMOSsupport for hi-fi audio output. It also includes a fingerprint sensor which handles your security need for both your device and online transactions. Not only that, the fingerprint reader is also utilized to take pictures, take a screenshot or just make your device even more secure setting security features for your apps.
The Nubia Z11 supports TD/FDD-LTE as well as backward compatibility with 3G/HSPA+ and GSM/GPRS support. Other connectivity features are included as standard: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1 + BLE, GPS with GLONASS support.
Finally, the handset runs on Nubia UI 4.0 based on Android Marshmallow. The handset comes with a 3000 mAh embedded Li-Ion battery with Nubia’s Neopower 2.0 power management system which theoretically allows up to one and a half day of usage for heavy users and more than a couple of days for normal users before recharging, It also supports Nubia Quick Charge 3.0 which gives you the power you need in the shortest possible time.
The Nubia Z11 will be available in Gold, Silver and Gray and will be available in the market sometime next month. Prices starts at 499 euros for the standard variant while the elegantly crafted Black Gold variant will set you back at 599 euros. Nubia should be releasing specific prices for different regions in a few moments.
- Nubia’s bezel-less Z11 phone is heading to the UK and US(wired.co.uk)
- Nubia Z11 smartphone launches globally (flagship specs, bezel-free design)(liliputing.com)
- Nubia’s ‘bezel-less’ Z11 smartphone launches worldwide(engadget.com)
- Nubia Z11 gets re-released at IFA 2016, with a starting price of 500 for the old continent(pocketnow.com)