Nubia N1 Lite with 4G VoLTE launched in India

Nubia N1 Lite, which was first introduced backed at MWC 2017 has now landed in India. It has fingerprint sensor at the back which unlocks smartphone in just 0.3 seconds.

It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS and has Dual SIM slots. It supports 4G VoLTE in country. In terms of dimensions, it measures 153 x 77.5 x 8.4 mm and weighs 171 grams.

The Nubia N1 Lite specs include 5.5-Inch IPS Full Lamination display with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution and supports multi-touch as well. Under the hood is 1.25GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737 processor with Mali-T720 GPU.

It has 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory and allows further expansion up to 32GB using MicroSD card. It has 3000 mAh battery that is claimed to offer up to 24 hours of talk time and up to 500 hours of standby.

Nubia-N1-lite-image-01In terms of camera, it has 5MP front snapper with front LED Flash and 84-degree wide angle lens. On the back side is an 8MP primary camera with F/2.0 Aperture, Auto Focus and dual LED Flash.

The mobile also supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth V4.0, GPS, MicroUSB V2.0, FM Radio and 3.5mm Audio Jack.

Nubia N1 Lite image -3The Nubia N1 Lite is priced at Rs. 6999 ($108) and comes in Gold and Black color options. It is available online exclusively at

Commenting on the launch, Eric Hu, Country Head, nubia India said –

nubia is committed to offer best in class technology across all price points to its customers in India. We are known for our camera technology across the globe and with N1 Lite we are offering category first front soft light flash and fingerprint scanner. The N1 Lite is dependable, tough, good looking and has performance power to be called an ideal companion.

Pawan Lokhandwala

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