ZTE Nubia Z11 with Curved Display and Snapdragon 820 SoC leaked

    ZTE seems to be on a roll off late. After launching the Axon sub brand, ZTE is reportedly working on their next generation of Nubia Flagship dubbed the Z11. The alleged device apparently made an appearance in a set of leaked renders.

    ZTE Nubia Z11 with Curved Display and Snapdragon 820 SoC leaked

    As per the renders of the Nubia Z11 the upcoming flagship from ZTE is reported to sports an edged display with ultra-narrow bezels. However the display doesn't look any similar to the Dual Edged Display that is seen in Samsung S6 Edge+. Rather the edge display appears to flat on the sides instead of being curved.

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    The Nubia Z11 is reported to come with an aRC Refractive Conduction (aRC) technology to hide the edge of the display. This mean that ZTE will be making use of both display as well as glass to give it an edged look. Moreover ZTE is also expected to use the company very own Frame Integration Technology (FiT) which was first introduced in the Nubia Z9 for advanced gestures on the curved area.

    ZTE Nubia Z11 with Curved Display and Snapdragon 820 SoC leaked

    According to reports the Nubia Z11 will sports a 5.2 inch QHD (2560x1440p) display and the latest generation Snapdragon 820 SoC alongside 4GB of RAM and a 128GB of onboard storage. On the back the ZTE Nubia Z11 comes with a 20.7MP equipped with dual LED Flash and a Fingerprint Sensor. Reports further suggest that the Nubia Z11 will also sport a 13MP Selfie snapper upfront.

    ZTE Nubia Z11 with Curved Display and Snapdragon 820 SoC leaked

    There's no official words regarding the device or the launch date. However if the Nubia Z11 indeed sports a Snapdragon 820 SoC then it won't be launching before the first half of 2016 for sure. However a question still remains, why isn't ZTE referring to it's as the Nubia Z10?

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