ZTE’s Nubia sub-brand has been counting down the days until the Nubia Z11 finally gets presented to the public as a shiny new phone that doesn’t already have two other phones of its ilk released.

Might as well be surprised with an update to the specs of this phone.

We’ve been watching promotional posters counting down the days until the Nubia Z11’s launch — just for fun, really. But on a serious note, we took another visit to the TENAA listing of what’s supposedly the Nubia Z11 (model number NX531J). There were a few things that were not there since our original specifications post.

There are now “officially” potentials for the device to have either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage. More worryingly, the resolutions of the cameras on the Z11 have been removed. Further, rumors of a Snapdragon 820 on this device are still incongruous to TENAA’s claim of an octa-core processor running at 2.15GHz — the Snapdragon 820 has four cores running at up to 2.2GHz.

Speculation also reclaims the resolutions of the cameras as 21 megapixels on the rear and eight on the front, not the 13 megapixels on each side. The resolution seems to be quad HD, not full HD, while the battery is an even 3,000mAh, not 2,900mAh. At this point, a gut check would tell us to follow the unconfirmed trail rather than what’s technically a third-party site relaying TENAA information here.

Don’t forget that we have a launch from LeEco and vivo later this very week.

Source: Weibo, TENAA
Via: PhoneArena, PCPop

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