Nubia NX541J Smartphone Passes TENAA, Features A Large 4900mAh battery

by Joel 1

Nubia is all set to release the Nubia Z11 flagship on June 28, however, it looks like there could be more phones announced at this event. A new Nubia smartphone, NX541J, has just passed through the Chinese network certification website, TENAA and it reveals some interesting features about the device. First of all, this new Nubia phone comes with an all metal body with the traditional red circular home capacitive key up front and the Nubia logo at the back. In fact, if we look at the rear design, the phone has a similar design as Xiaomi’s Redmi series. Now, its like we can’t tell apart one phone from the other, if not for the logo at the back.

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And in case you are wondering, the specs of the NX541J reveal that it will be a mid-ranger. However, before we look at the phone’s CPU and storage, we have to point out that the device comes with a massive 4900mAh battery inside. That’s pretty large and considering that the phone features just a 5.5-inch 1080p display on board, the battery life should be very impressive. Further, inside, you’ll find Helio P10 octa-core processor and 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. At the back, you get a 13MP rear camera while up front you have an 8MP shooter. The phone will be running on Android 5.1 Lollipop OS.

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Considering these specs, we can put this new Nubia device in the entry mid-range segment. It comes with an efficient processor and a super large battery which should ensure you never run out of juice, at least not for a couple of days.

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We still haven’t got a name for this device (apart from model number NX541J), but battery is going to be its biggest selling point. So, it could turn out to be a variant of the Nubia Z11 series, and could be announced alongside the event on June 28. However, at this point, we have no official details, so we better wait for some confirmation from the company in the coming days.


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