Nubia’s first trip to CES has also marked the launch of their new global website, plus plans to launch in more countries around the world is planned.
Nubia don’t have any new devices on show but they did bring their Nubia Z9 and My Prague phones to Las Vegas, and they also announced the launch of their new global website www.nubia.com. The new site has been designed to serve the companies current markets in Russia, North and South America and Russia.
The new website will also be the portal that customers from the UK, Spain, Germany, France, Malaysia and Thailand will be using in 2016 when Nubia officially launches in those countries.
With new investment from Chinese company Suning ($297 million), Nubia intend to enter more key smartphone markets in 2016 in an attempt to expand its growth. There will be at least 8 new countries (including those above) added to the Nubia roster in 2016, but what phones will go on sale there remains to be seen.
Rumour has it that Nubia will launch the Nubia Z11 this year which will compete against new phones from Xiaomi, LeTV and Meizu. The Z11 could run a Snapdragon 820 chipset and will likely use Nubia’s side touch technology.