ZTE Nubia N1 smartphone has been launched in China and will go on sale on the company’s official online store. The Nubia N1 is going on sale, a week after ZTE launched new Nubia 11, which features the Snapdragon 820 SoC and 6GB RAM.
The Nubia N1 is priced at Yuan 1699 (which comes to Rs 17,182 on conversion) and users will have to register on the Nubia China website to buy the phone.
ZTE Nubia N1 has a 5.5-inch full HD display at 1080p with 402 ppi density. Nubia N1 has an all-metal body made out of aircraft-grade aluminum, and it will come in silver and gold colour options.
ZTE’s new phone runs the MediaTek Helio P10 processor with eight 64-bit A53-core architecture and comes with 3GB RAM and 64GB ROM. It runs Android Marshmallow OS.
The Nubia N1 also has a fingerprint scanner on the front, which the company claims unlocks the phone in 0.2 seconds. The fingerprint scanner also supports payments, screen shots, photographs, etc on the Nubia N1.
Nubia N1’s USP is the 5000mAh large battery, with ZTE promising up to 3 days of battery life with moderate use. Nubia N1 features a 13 megapixel front camera with PDAF phase focusing, 0.2 seconds focus. The rear camera is also 13 megapixel.
In China, the ZTE Nubia N1 will be a dual-SIM smartphone and supports 4G LTE and VoLTE HD calls as well.