Nubia Z11 Max spotted on TENAA


Seems like the huge phablets are still the flavour of the season especially on the asian markets and the recent change of many major players to 5.2-inch screens for their flagships is offseted by new crop of the monsters. Just a day after the gargantuan Xiaomi Max with 6.44-inch display has been released yet another big phone has been spotted on TENAA in form of the Nubia Z11 Max.

The Nubia Z11 Max is not going to be as big as the new Xiaomi, but still the 6-inch screen is plenty to stretch most of the pockets. ZTE opted to stay with the FHD display resolution even for the big model and as the processer there should be most probably octa-core Snapdragon 652 clocked at 1.8 GHz. For the memory there is 4 GB RAM with 64 GB of expandable storage via microSD card. Other specs include 16 MPix back camera with protruding lens and 8 Mpix front one, 4000 mAh battery, rear fingerprint scanner and older Android 5.1.1 as the OS.

We are still waiting for the official word about the Nubia Z11 Max, but it probably shouldn’t take long for the confirmation and the pricing. Judging by the midrange hardware used it can’t be too pricy to stay competitive on the market.

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13 Comments

  1. Assefa Hanson
    May 11, 2016

    lets see if this nubia is better,Rob if you see this answer me please, your not interested in the mi MAX? see some good indications of good battery life from it although im not sure if you like the specs

    • Rob
      May 11, 2016

      Hi the Xiaomi doesn’t interest me at all in typical Xiaomi fashion. At that screen size I wouldn’t want anything less than a 2k display as i had a 6.44″ FHD phone before and it was crying out for more pixels!! I don’t understand manufacturers that put 2k screens on a 5″ phone and only 1080p on a 6.5″ one!

      • Joel Adames
        May 11, 2016

        You and me both!!!

      • Lazar Prodanovic
        May 12, 2016

        Why not? FHD is good enough as it stays on around ~320 PPI in my book so it’s good enough up to 9.4″.

        • Rob
          May 12, 2016

          Not for me it isn’t, even with the phone on my lap I could see the pixels. Unfortunately I’m blessed with razor sharp vision which is a curse in this instance.

  2. Ionut Johnny
    May 11, 2016

    This will be premium and very expensive.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      May 11, 2016

      exactly … im a sucker for the look , feel and aesthetic design of the Nubia series BUT they’re soo outta my range :/ !

  3. Muhammad Yasir
    May 11, 2016

    I LOVE nubia phones but they’re very overpriced !

    • MaxPower
      May 11, 2016

      The Z7 series was priced well, the Z9 was ridiculously overpriced.
      Let’s see what happens with this one, I always keep an eye on them because in my opinion they make the best looking phones

      • Muhammad Yasir
        May 11, 2016

        exactly … for an Analogy
        put it like this ; if Nubia was a girl , she’d definitely be miss world or something 😀

      • balcobomber25
        May 11, 2016

        The Z7 I owned was a beautiful phone with a very good camera but the software was a trainwreck.

        • James
          May 12, 2016

          Yes, the Z7 firmware was shocking (I mistakenly bought one for my Dad, when they were on special offer for about £140). However, that is not the case anymore – the software (on the Z9 series atleast) has been fantastic – better than the software my HTC One shipped with. I hope that the Z11 series follows. I agree that both the full Z9 and probably the Z9 mini were overpriced – but I thought that the Z9 Max was pretty good value at the time for the hardware you got.

  4. Joel Adames
    May 11, 2016

    Im not sure if you all read the same i did but this says it is coming with lollipop instead of marshmallow…. I mean what the h…?? This is odd, and I can’t really understand why the phone is so beautiful in you eyes.
    Seems like my choosing of the T3 desing as best ever is justified.