ZTE of China looks as though they are on a roll, and this time around, it would be their sub-brand that is known as Nubia – a company that has rolled out its fair share of smartphones in the past, including having a shout where the ‘thinnest or slimmest smartphone in the world’ race was going on. Well, there is a newly minted smartphone from the folks over at Nubia this time around, where it will be known as the Nubia Z11 mini.
This particular handset will come with a 5″ display, and it does look as though the Nubia Z11 mini will place quite the emphasis in terms of photography. For instance, the main camera itself will make use of a 16MP Sony IMX298 sensor (which can be found in the Xiaomi Mi 5 and the Huawei Mate 8 as well), while on the back would be a f/2.0 lens that delivers phase-detection autofocus and what Nubia has termed to be “3D noise reduction.”
In other words, you can shoot video in Full HD glory, while being able to experience the RAW DNG shooting mode alongside an ISO that will be able to go all the way to 12,800. If you have a rather narcissistic tendencies, then the 8MP selfie camera would come in handy, too. Other hardware specifications include a Snapdragon 617 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of internal memory, Android 5.1 Lollipop in tow and a fingerprint reader located on the back.