It’ll take a bit of time before we see that Nubia Z11 that everyone seems to be looking forward to this year. But until we get a little more something something than just the front panel, we’re not really up for it just yet. But as ZTE subsidiary Nubia wants to keep the counter up on devices, it’ll be doing just that next week.
Specifically, we’re looking forward to what might be known in English as the My Prague S, a step up from last August’s My Prague phone. The capital of the Czech Republic, being one of the art capitals of the world, has been exploited for branding the My Prague as a smartphone that “comes across art” with audio and photography enhancements built-in.
Pretentiousness aside, the My Prague came with a full HD AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon 615, a 13-megapixel and 8-megapixel rear and front camera and more than decent specs and build — though the battery came in at a paltry 2,200mAh.
We’ll be watching this phone to see what sort of upgrades the “S” iteration will get.