Alleged Nubia Z17s featuring full-screen design appears in live photo

The smartphone is expected to get launched on October 12.

    ZTE's sub-brand Nubia is prepping a full-screen smartphone for quite a while now. It is expected to get launched as Nubia Z17s on October 12.

    Alleged Nubia Z17s featuring full-screen design appears in live photo

    With just a few days away from the launch, a Chinese website has posted a live photo of the alleged Nubia Z17s. The picture which shows the front panel of the device has been spotted by GizmoChina. As depicted in the picture, the smartphone does have a full-screen design. Moreover, the bezels on it are non-existent. This contradicts with previous leaked pictured showing the presence of significant amount of bezels.

    If the latest leak turns out to be authentic, the Nubia Z17s will have been completely bezel-less. If you are wondering about the selfie camera or the earpiece, there could be a cutout for that. We can't say for sure since the device's top part is not properly visible. That being said, the leak could just be a prank of someone. 

    Coming to the specs, the Nubia Z17s is said to come with a 5.73-inch display with full HD resolution. Under the hood, the smartphone could make use of an octa-core processor running at 2GHz.

    The memory aspect of the smartphone should be taken care of by 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage space. Talking about the imagery department, the Nubia Z17s could feature a 13MP+13MP rear dual camera setup with dual tone LED flash. As for the selfie camera, a 16MP selfie camera is there.

    In addition, the smartphone is likely to come pre-installed with Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS, and a 3,100mAh battery for keeping the lights on.

    All of these specifications have come to light due to the TENAA listing of a Nubia smartphone with the model number NX589J. While it is not officially confirmed yet, the Nubia NX589 will most probably be dubbed as Nubia Z17s.


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