Ahead of the smartphone’s official announcement on June 28, leaked live images and specs of the upcoming ZTE Nubia Z11 surfaced on the web today.
First up, let’s discuss the specifications of the handset that have cropped up online on the AnTuTu benchmark database. According to the benchmark listing, the ZTE Nubia Z11 is going to feature a 1080p resolution display, although the display size isn’t revealed. If rumors are to be believed, the handset is going to sport a 5.5-inch sized display. Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 820 quad-core SoC will power the device, which isn’t very surprising as most 2016 flagship smartphones seem to be rocking the same chipset. In terms of memory, the Nubia Z11 will come with 4GB of RAM and not 6GB like a few other recent flagship smartphones. Internal storage will be 64GB, which is pretty decent for a flagship handset. The battery inside is rumored to be a 2900mAh unit, which is slightly disappointing for a flagship smartphone.
At the back, the smartphone will feature a 16MP primary camera, which should be capable of recording videos at up to 4K resolution. An 8MP camera will be on the front of the handset, for taking selfies and video calls. No other key hardware specs are revealed in the benchmark listing. The only other notable info is that the smartphone runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, which is not surprising in the very least.
In addition to the benchmark leak, two alleged live images of the smartphone have also been leaked. Like previous Nubia-branded flagship smartphones, the Nubia Z11 appears to have an almost bezel-less design that gives it a very attractive look. It also appears that the smartphone will feature 2.5D curved glass on the front like a number of other flagship Android smartphones. We can also see that the Nubia Z11 does not seem to have a physical home button on the front, which means the fingerprint sensor on the device is going to be positioned on its back.
We do not really need to speculate on the rest of the specifications as everything about the Nubia Z11 is going to be made public next week.
Via: Android Geeks