After announcing the ZTE Axon 7 flagship yesterday, ZTE’s Nubia smartphone division is now all set to release a new power flagship in the market, the Nubia Z11 Max on June 7. The company has been teasing some of the features of the device for the past few days, and now, Nubia’s GM reveals a few more details about the battery capacity and battery life of the upcoming device.
The Nubia Z11 Max is reportedly going to feature a new technology called as NeoPower 2.0 which will improve the battery life of the device, by optimizing a lot of components inside the device. So, the company won’t just increase the capacity of the battery inside, instead, it aims to optimize things inside like the camera, display etc which usually consume most of the battery life, thereby increasing the battery life of the device. With the use of the right components, like efficient Super AMOLED screen and camera modules, the battery life of the device is improved.
The company’s GM released a rather long article on his Weibo page explaining the NeoPower 2.0 battery technology used inside the Z11 Max. He further said that increasing the battery capacity is not the ideal solution since that translates into a heavier as well as a thicker phone. But the company has increased the density of the battery so that the thickness and weight of the phone are kept to a reasonable level without having to sacrifice on the battery life of the device.
Considering that the Nubia Z11 Max comes with a 4000mAh battery on board, we can expect pretty good overall battery life. The article further says that Nubia is using an advanced fast charging technology. It is said that fast charging will work with an ordinary charger as well.
As for the specs, earlier TENAA listing had revealed that the Z11 Max will come with a full metal body and a 6-inch 1080p display. At the back, it will feature a 16MP sensor while up front an 8MP shooter. The phone comes with Snapdragon 652 inside with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. As for the battery, you get a 4000mAh capacity one inside.
If priced aggressively, the Z11 Max could be a real Mi Max killer. What do you think?