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.