ZTE has lifted the veil on its new high-end device, the ZTE Nubia Z11. The Android-powered phone sports powerful specs with an affordable price tag of $375, and features an attractive design with a bezel-less display.
The device comes after the announcement of ZTE’s other products in the series, the Z11 Mini and Z11 Max.
The phone packs some monster specifications inside. A Snapdragon 820 ticks under the hood alongside either 4GB RAM & 64GB storage, or 6GB RAM & 128GB storage. In the case that that is not enough space, you can throw in a MicroSD card.
The rear shooter sports 16MP with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and dual-tone flash. The resulting images would be beautifully displayed on the 5.5″, 2.5D, Full HD screen.
A fingerprint scanner that ZTE touts ‘faster than TouchID’ graces the back of the metal phone. There is a mediocre 3000mAh battery inside this 7.5mm body.
On the software side, the Z11 sports Android 6.0 Marshmallow with ZTE’s ‘Nubia UI 4.0’ skin.
The 4GB/64GB version of the ZTE Nubia Z11 will sell for $375 (converted from the Chinese Yuan) and is available in gray, gold, or silver. The 6GB/128GB version will cost $525 (converted) and is available in gold only. If the Z11 goes on sale internationally the prices may be higher.
The budget war just got more heated. The $400 OnePlus Three sports the same specs for a slightly higher price. Which one would you prefer?