Nubia Z11 Review – A New Model on the Block Makes a Strong Entrance

The smartphone industry is filled with LG, Samsung, Apple, Sony, and the like, so where does the Nubia Z11 stand out from all of the more popular competition? Well, nobody would perhaps blame you for not hearing about Nubia. It is a Chinese smartphone brand that is just recently creating waves in its home turf. Hence, it might be a while before the name will be able to dominate the global smartphone scene. However, its parent company, ZTE, has already made a bit of presence, even within the Western regions. One look at this particular smartphone and you might wonder why many do not still know about it.

Nubia Z11 Review – A New Model on the Block Makes a Strong Entrance

The Nubia Z11 is Creating Waves Within its Home Turf

The Nubia Z11 is the brand’s first smartphone that is launched in a global scale. Furthermore, it has a “bezel-less” design and it is also advertised to give DSLR-grade pictures, a claim that is being made by a ton of smartphones already but it is safe to say that there is but a handful, or even no smartphone camera on the planet that can achieve DSLR-grade shots.

With that in mind, how does the camera found on the Z11 fair against the competition? Will it really make your DSLR have a run for its money? Well, it does have a 16-megapixel rear camera that combines Optical Image Stabilization technology, the company’s own Handheld Image Stabilization technology, and Electronic Image Stabilization technology to produce extremely sharp images. Well, as sharp as what a smartphone camera can handle. Aside from that, there’s also a two-tone flash to enjoy. As such, images captured by its camera are indeed much to be excited for, but the level of control when taking photographs still go to a dedicated DSLR.

While it does fall short on the claim for letting you take pictures that are better than that of a DSLR, you can’t go wrong that it is one of the prettiest handsets you can find on today’s market. It offers a slim metal unibody that has a bezel-less screen. It also has a USB Type-C for fast data transfer and quick charging functionalities. There is also a fingerprint sensor found in its rear that works quite snappy.

Inside the Nubia Z11, you will be able to find the quad-core Snapdragon 820 processor, which is the same processor found in pricier flagship phones, such as the Sony Xperia X Performance. As for the screen, it has a 5.5-inch display that offers a crisp 403-pixel-per-inch pixel density. The feel of the screen is also incredibly responsive. Ultimately, even though people might not have heard about Nubia or the Z11, don’t stop that thought from letting you get this marvel of a smartphone.


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