Leak: Nubia Z11 gets its curves glimpsed


ZTE’s Nubia seem to be in full form these days. The brand already has a launch or two scheduled for this month, but despite that it seems as though the interest in the brand’s upcoming product is roaring.

Earlier today, fresh images leaked from China depict the upcoming Nubia Z11. The pictures are far from comprehensive, but give a peek at the upcoming phone from Nubia.

This sub-brand of ZTE has always focused on phones that look good. In fact, Nubia is one of the reasons why Meizu had to let go of their famed halo home button.

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Anyway, back on subject — the leaked pictures. The pictures leaked with a social media teaser from Nubia, that had all but a circle on it; perhaps to suggest “round on both sides”, which in turn could point at the curved glass on either side of the phone.

Take a look at the leaked pictures of the Nubia Z11 here.

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Thoughts on this upcoming device?

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9 Comments

  1. VMortens
    April 14, 2016

    Seeing what Xiaomi and Meizu are showing I’m kinda expecting another failure, from Nubia this time.

    • illystor
      April 15, 2016

      Have Nubia ever truly impressed, though? Back when the Z7 range was out I was very tempted by either the Max or the Z7, and they had great specs on paper, and even a decent split-screen implementation in their Android customisation. All that being said, the reviews always seemed disappointing.

  2. MattD
    April 14, 2016

    I’m disappointed because, soc-wise, they’re going to launch a redmi 3 competitor costing 3 times more… They had the chance to use sd650-652-820 on their line, but nope… Stick with a renamed sd615 (and we all know that soc wasn’t a great one)…

    • VMortens
      April 14, 2016

      Looks like Chinese producers (maybe apart of Huawei and HTC) have completely forgotten about the ‘innovativity’ that let them develop so hugely.
      808, 652 would be ideal in a Mini, and 820 for the Max one, but no, let’s get back to Z9 failure. Bye, bye Nubia brand – ZTE doesn’t know what it means to be a winner anymore.

      • Bailey
        April 14, 2016

        What is HTC doing that is so amazing apart from addressing all the wrongs of there past 3 phones? And HTC is not a Chinese company. Huawei are putting in 2 lenses from Lecia which make amazing camera lenses for alot money but it’s hardly innovation as there are a few companies that made dual lensed phones granted they are doing some nice things.

        • VMortens
          April 14, 2016

          HTC added SD card slot to their new flagship – something new on this shelf, their phone has a very good camera too and a very good firmware. It’s not huge innovation, but I see real improvements. To be honest, just addressing wrongs from the past is enough for me. Meizu not only did not address them, but seems to multiply them.
          HTC is from Taiwan – well, not from PRC, but definately Chinese. In your opinion PRC is the only true China? Tell it to people from Taiwan.
          It is obviously disputable whether, what Huawei makes in the camera department is inovative – in my opinion it is. Optimisation, software, hardware is really improved. For some reason the lenses are way darker than for ex. Galaxy S7, but I stick to my opinion, that they’re going in right direction.
          They keep developing their own SoC – this is uniqe.

          • balcobomber25
            April 14, 2016

            SD card isn’t enough for me to pay $700 for an HTC. The firmware of HTC I would say is average at best nowhere near very good but not horrible either.

            As for the whole Taiwan thing. I have a lot of friends from Taiwan and none of them refer to themselves or their country as having anything to do with China. Most of them get annoyed when people call HTC or Asus, Chinese companies.

            • illystor
              April 15, 2016

              I think there’s certainly a stronger identity among the younger generations of Taiwanese as a thing distinct from China. But also yes, in general, you wouldn’t refer to a company from Taiwan as Chinese. It would be akin to calling a Canadian company American because they’re on the Americas. It isn’t technically wrong, but it’s not how the term would commonly be used (I realize that’s a geographical question not a political one, but it’s just for the sake of analogy). Anyway, yes, you’re right, it’s Taiwan and Taiwanese unless someone from there really wants to insist otherwise.

          • Bailey
            April 15, 2016

            Sorry didn’t HTC have an SD slot in there last flagship. I like them alot but there is nothing to write home about here. It’s just what they should have been doing 3 years ago. And I stick by my comment HTC are not a Chinese company as I have yet to me a person from Taiwan who wants to be thought of as Chinese. Also there are alot people who hate Huawei software and who think it’s a mess optimisation of what you already have is not innovation it’s just what you should have been doing from the start