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ZTE is apparently preparing to join the Snapdragon 835 flagship phone party with a mystery model likely to be dubbed Nubia Z17.
The ZTE Nubia Z11 mini S is no powerhouse, with Snapdragon 625 inside, but its 23 and 13MP cameras are pretty great for that sub-$250 price.
The previously China-only (ZTE) Nubia Z11 smartphone brings its bezel-less (at least on the vertical) design excellence to Europe for a price.
250,000 units were sold in mere hours after more than a million people registered to buy the Nubia Z11. Good news for them and for ZTE.
As the Chinese show their interest in ZTE subsidary Nubia's new phone, you can also have your piece of the action, too, if you live in the right place.
After the Nubia Z11 Mini and Nubia Z11 Max got their releases, the Nubia Z11 will get its turn to go public in Beijing on June 28.
After launching the Z11 mini not long ago, ZTE just took the wraps off the 6-inch Nubia Z11 Max in China, oddly leaving out the base Z11 yet again.
The upper mid-range ZTE Nubia X8 and X8 Max could both go official next week, with 4GB RAM each, fingerprint scanners and all-metal bodies.
After months of fruitless leads, solid evidence seems to have surfaced regarding an April 19 Beijing introduction of the ZTE Nubia Z11 duo or trio.
We get a new look at ZTE Nubia Z11 renders, as we look forward to a possible launch event next week.
However you view ZTE as a brand, there’s no denying it wants to improve upon and stretch it across the globe. How it did in the United States with the Axon, we don’t know for certain. Competitors old and new will have their ways come CES time, though, so it might be a good idea to kick the hype machine into high gear.
The Weibo page for the Nubia brand page is currently and simply promoting a new product for January 5. “Hello, World,” the poster says, but that doesn’t really back up claims that ZTE is planning to launch the Snapdragon 820-equipped [...]
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The extremely intriguing ZTE Nubia Z11 that recently showed its curves in leaked renders will almost definitely hit the US and China at the same time.
It seems only a short time ago that we were talking about the Nubia Z9. It seems now that we have gone into the letter-and-double-digits names for the Nubia brand. And in the process, it’s taking a bold stance against copying Apple’s design and has now decided to snag a few features from Samsung.
We have some renders and rumors going on that the phone will be one of the first to sport the new Snapdragon 820 that will paired with 4GB of RAM and have a 128GB storage option. A 13-megapixel camera’s on the back while the front comes in at a disappointing [...]