The Nubia N2 launch wasn’t the only new phone from the Chinese phone maker today, they also had the new Nubia M2 to bring to the market to!
The Nubia M2 Lite actually appears to be very similar to the N2, in fact even a much closer inspection of the phone reveals that the M2 Lite and N2 both share a lot of features and design points.
From the a design point of view, the Nubia M2 Lite has the same physical fingerprint scanner with red “Nubia Halo” on the front of the phone, just below a 5.5-inch display.
The M2 Lite is manufactured from a metal alloy and comes in either gold or black colour options, while the body is actually slightly thinner than the N2 at just 7.68mm.
Although thinner, the Nubia M2 Lite also gets a much smaller battery. While the N2 has a 5000mAh battery with a promised 2 days of battery life, the M2 Lite has a smaller 3000mAh battery. Another difference is the option to choose a 3GB RAM version as well as a 4GB RAM variant.
Hardware for the M2 Lite includes a 5.5-inch 720 x 1280 display, quad core Mediatek MT6750 processor, 32-64GB internal memory, and dual 4G LTE SIM support.
If you like mobile photography then you should be rather impressed with the 16 mega-pixel F2.0 front camera, while the rear 13 mega-pixel F2.2 main camera is about standard these days.
Customers in China will be able to buy the Nubia M2 Lite from April 2nd with pricing from 1799 Yuan.