ZTE Nubia Z11 renders reveal Dual Rear Camera Setup and a Bezel-less design

By Sayan

ZTE subsidiary Nubia is all set to launch their flagship device dubbed the Nubia Z11 soon. Off late the Chinese company launched a global website for their Nubia lineup of smartphones. Today a new render of the upcoming Nubia Z11 have surfaced online which provides some valuable inputs regarding the upcoming device.

Nubia Z11 renders reveal Dual Rear Cameras, Bezel-less Design

Going by the renders, the Nubia Z11 sports a design which is markedly similar to that of its predecessor. Upfront the Nubia Z11 is reported to come with a 5.2 inch QHD display with a 2.5D curved glass. It worth noting that the renders of the Z11 reveal a bezel-less edge to edge design. Hence it won't be surprise to see ZTE launch an improved version of their patented FiT (Frame Integration Technology).

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The Curved Glass is also reported to make its way onto the back of the Nubia Z11, thereby giving it a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 like look and feel. Incidentally the renders reveals that the Nubia Z11 will come with a dual rear camera setup much like the Honor 6 Plus, ZTE Axon Elite etc. While the primary rear camera is expected to feature a 21MP sensor the secondary one isn't known as of yet.

Other rumoured specs of the ZTE Nubia Z11 include a Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4GB RAM and Android Marshmallow 6.0. Apparently the Nubia Z11 is reported to be one of the first smartphone to launch with the latest Qualcomm SoC on board this April.

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