At MWC 2017, the company ZTE introduced a brand new smartphone Nubia Nubia N1 Lite, which was a reinterpretation of the already well known to us Nubia N1 with the battery for 5 000 mAh. Unfortunately, the official press document does not disclose the exact model of the chipset, but we know that it’s Quad core solution, probably from MediaTek. The unit also received a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels, 2 GB RAM, LTE modem and battery capacity of 3,000 mAh.
Before us is a typical “budget”: the resolution main camera is 8 MP with aperture f/2.0. Nearby duchonova LED-flash. Front camera of 5 MP is also accompanied by a flash for capturing quality self-portrait shots at dusk. Storage memory is 16 GB ROM, protected from unauthorized access rear fingerprint scanner. The rate of release of the smartphone is only 0.3 C.
Nubia N1 Lite is running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but the Outlook for updating to Android Noigat unknown. The camera is expected in sale in March in Germany, Spain, Italy, Czech Republic, India, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia. The cost will be announced later.
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