ZTE’s elite Nubia division seems to be cooking a new smartphone which would be known as Nubia N3. The real-life photos of the N3, as well as a photo of its retail box, has appeared online. The leaked photos gift us details of the design that would be utilised on the device as well as the key specification.
From the photos, we can grab that Nubia will utilize the full-screen design with an 18:9 aspect ratio. This is in keeping up with the growing trend which has engulfed the industry since the launch of the Galaxy S8 last year. Nubia isn’t new to this turf as the same design was featured on the Nubia Z17s which was launched last year. The device lacks a physical home button at the front even though there is enough bezel at the bottom to house one. Instead, the device will utilise virtual buttons and there is a stylish ring which identifies the virtual home button.
Part of the specs details revealed on the leaked photos is the presence of Nubia UI based on Android Nougat onboard. The device also packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset and according to the tipster, there is only one storage version with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The Nubia N3 also sports a 6.0-inch display and will get its juice from a massive 5000mAh battery. From the charger rating, it is going to have fast charge support. We presently have no idea when this model will be launched or the price tag it would adopt.