It’s highly unusual to see both a flagship Android phone’s diminutive and jumbo-sized derivations announced ahead of the actual standard model, but in Nubia Z11’s case, the waiting has sure paid off.

As expected, ZTE kept the best for last here, joining the growing ranks of 6GB RAM powerhouse manufacturers. And of course, only one ultra-high-end processor goes well with the record-matching memory count, namely a Snapdragon 820 to replace the 617 inside the Z11 mini and 652 under Max’s hood.

In order to keep the starting price as low as possible, the 5.5-inch ZTE Nubia Z11 also comes in a 4 gig RAM configuration, while internal storage ranges from 64 to 128GB. MicroSD support can expand the hoarding space with an additional 200 gigs, and a respectable 3,000 mAh battery is in charge of getting you through a work’s day sans hugging a wall.

Just as robustly constructed as its siblings, the Z11 is allegedly 81 percent 1080p screen, weighing 162 grams and measuring a slender 7.5mm in depth. Android Lollipop is finally swapped for Marshmallow, with 16 and 8MP cams, fingerprint recognition, Dolby audio, USB Type-C and NFC connectivity wrapping up a spectacular spec sheet you’ll merely have to pay $375 (CNY 2,500) and up for.

Sources: Nubia, Weibo
Via: FoneArena

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