A sub-brand of ZTE, just like Honor is to Huawei, Nubia has been launching a number of competitively-priced mid-range and premium phones of late to cater to a growing smartphone audience. Its latest nubia Z11 Max is for media-consuming users who prefer new smartphones with large crystal-clear displays and long battery lives.
The phone's 6-inch Super AMOLED display comes with a 1.32 mm bezel, an impressive 83.27 per cent screen to body ratio and 2.5D curved glass screen to offer better viewing angles. The phone is powered by Qualcomm's octa-core Snapdragon 652 processor which works with 4GB of RAM to let you consume media when on the move. The phone also comes with the new VoLTE (Voice over LTE) technology which will enable users to make calls on 4G networks.
In terms of capacity, the phone comes with 64GB of built-in storage and for those who need more space to save their media, also accommodates a MicroSD slot which can store up to 200GB of additional data. Apart from featuring a 4,000 mAh battery, the phone also fields a NeoPower 2.0 technology which ensures a longer battery life by optimizing individual components of the handset. These components include photography components, the high resolution display as well as the nubia interface over the Android operating system.
Nubia Z11 Max features a 16-megapixel primary camera which comes with an f/2.0 aperture, a sapphire glass lens, six optical sensors and autofocus capabilities. The 8-megapixel front camera also comes with ten beauty enhancing features to let you take lovely selfies, including local tone mapping, deep trench isolation and 3D noise reduction. The phone will also let you add special effects to your selfies without having to install third party camera apps.
Nubia Z11 Max will be available in Gold, Silver and Grey coloured variants and buyers will also be able to choose a premium, albeit higher priced, Cristiano Ronaldo edition Z11 Max which will feature a special design. The phone will be available in China from June 16th and no announcements have been made so far concerning its availability in the UK.