The new smartphone of Nubia is the 5-incher Nubia Z11 mini
Nubia, owned by the Chinese manufacturer ZTE took the wraps off the Nubia Z11 mini. The device comes in a 5-inch shell with a resolution of the display of 1080p. In the heart of the smartphone is ticking a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 chip paired with 3GB RAM. In terms of storage the Nubia Z11 mini boasts 64GB.
The software pre-installed on the new phone is Android 5.1 Lollipop. It is a little disappointing that the handset is not powered by the new update Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but hopefully the phone will get the upgrade soon. On the back of the device is provided a fingerprint sensor. The rear panel hosts also a 16MP Sony IMX298 sensor with f/2.0 lens.
It has phase-detection, 3D noise reduction and the impressive feature RAW DNG shooting mode. The ISO of the camera goes up to 12800. The front-facing camera is with a resolution of 8MP with 1.4µm pixels and 80° lens. The Nubia Z11 mini is a dual-SIM device. It supports VoLTE connectivity. The battery equipped with the smartphone is with a capacity of 2800mAh. Nubia Z11 mini is up-for-sell at JD in China at a price of CNY 1500 (around $230) off-contract.