Another Chinese smartphone maker knocks the doors of the international market by launching its first ever smartphone Nubia N3.
Coming in three different color variants namely Space Gold, Obsidian Black, and Nebula Red, the ZTE handset will be available in the Chinese markets from March 24. Needless to say, Nubia N3 relies on powerful features of Android.
Nubia N3 with 18:9 JDI Display & 5000mAh Battery Leaked
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Qualcomm has powered Nubia N3 with 625 Snapdragon chipsets. The new Chinese smartphone is equipped with the SoC involving ARM Cortex A53 performing at a great frequency of 2.0 GHz. The Adreno 506 GPU takes care of the rich graphics. The Nubia N3 is packed with 4GB RAM and has flash storage worth 64GB, which can be expanded. For security reasons, it has placed the fingerprint reader at the back. It comes with a USB port that is Type-C.
YouTube: Nubia N3 First Look
Nowadays, screen size matters the most and this is because Apple came up with “All screen” smartphone. Nubia N3 is certainly not iPhone X but has a screen size of 5.99 inches with an IPS display that offers an aspect ratio of 18:9 alongside the resolution of 2160 by 1080 pixels, which is full HD. A mid-range smartphone is an attempt to keep smartphone slim with the bottom bezel.
A smartphone has to boast amazing camera to let users click selfies. Nubia N3 has dual cameras at the rear panel of the smartphone. Next, to the cameras, you will find multi-colored LED flash, which enhances the look of the smartphone significantly. Nubia N3 is said to have a 16 MP shooter for selfies. However, ZTE has kept the camera specification secret so far.
For now, Nubia N3 will run on Android Nougat but will be updated to the Oreo pretty soon. The best part about Nubia N3 is its battery, which is 5000mAh and can go day long with you. There are no physical buttons on the handset. ZTE finally announced the launch but kept many details of the handset undercover despite the fact that a few details were leaked earlier.
So far, ZTE is tight-lipped about other features. It is believed that given the price range boundaries, ZTE shied away from bringing some more features. Only time will tell if ZTE Nubia N3 goes pass the expectations.