ZTE launches the Nubia Z11 Mini S in China today, reveals pricing information
Today is the fourth anniversary of ZTE’s sub-brand, the Nubia line-up, and they have opted to celebrate it in style by making official another device in the market, expanding their offerings when it come to devices that bear the aforementioned name.
Today, we have seen the unveiling of what has been dubbed the ZTE Nubia Z11 mini S and under the hood of this one runs a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset which fires on all eight cylinders and reaches a maximum clock speed of 2.0GHz.
There is much more under the 5.2 inch of screen such as a 4GB RAM that id paired to an internal storage space of either 64GB or 128GB, depending on what variant you would like to have.
Likewise, the cameras have not been left out of this juicy spec sheet as there is a 23MP unit on the back and the front is graced with a 13MP unit on the front. To make things interesting, there is a fingerprint scanner on the back which links up with other features to draw power from the rather capable 3000mAh battery unit.
Currently available in China, the 64GB variant would be selling for RMB 1499 while the bigger model in terms of memory space would go for RMB 1899 instead.
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