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ZTE Nubia N1 with 5.5-inch 1080p display, 3GB RAM, 5000mAh battery announced

Chinese phone maker ZTE has quietly introduced its latest Nubia N1 mobile phone in China. It is mid-range smartphone with decent specifications.

The mobile comes with 5.5-Inch LCD display with 1920 x 1080 pixels full HD resolution and 401ppi pixel density. It has MediaTek Helio P10 64-bit processor coupled with 3GB RAM to ensure smooth multi-tasking.

The ZTE Nubia N1 features metal body arc design that gives texture feel. It is made from aircraft-grad aluminum grade metal processing. It’s arc design easily fits the phone in palms. It also houses fingerprint sensor that unlocks the phone in just 0.2 seconds. The sensor also supports fingerprint payments, screenshots, takes photographs or open new interactions.

ZTE Nubia N1 Image -1

The phone has 64GB internal storage space and is further expandable up to 128GB using MicroSD card. It has a powerful 13MP front facing camera that captures 150% more brightness comes with Smart Fill for low light conditions. On the back is 13MP primary camera with F/2.2 Aperture, 5P lenses, 3D noise reduction, Handheld stabilizer, LTM color control area and supports PDAF (focus in just 0.2 seconds) as well.

Battery is one of the most important factor to look at and the battery inside Nubia N1 will not disappoint you. It is equipped with 5000mAh battery that will easily last you more than a day. The smartphone comes with dual SIM slots and supports 4G LTE with VoLTE. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth V4.1, USB Type-C, GPS + GLONASS, 3.5mm Audio Jack etc.

The ZTE Nubia is priced at CNY 1699 ($255). It has already been listed online on company’s official website.

Pawan Lokhandwala

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