ZTE Nubia M2 Lite gets officially launched in India


ZTE’s Nubia line of devices aren’t exactly the biggest competitors, but they’ve got some respectable devices. Amongst these is the ZTE Nubia M2 Lite, fresh off its official launch in India. So, how does it fare against the competition in India? Let’s take a closer look.

The Nubia M2 Lite has a 5.5-inch 720p HD display screen with 2.5D curved glass on top. Powering the device is the octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6750) processor paired with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. This is expandable to up to 128GB via a dedicated microSD card slot.

On the camera end, the M2 Lite comes equipped with a 13-megapixel rear shooter with an f/2.2 aperture and a 16-megapixel front-facing shooter with a 5P lens, f/2.0 aperture, and 79.8-degree wide angle. The phone features something called Neovision 6.5, which for the most part just seems like a new camera app.

The device will come running Android Marshmallow with ZTE’s Nubia 4.0 UI. Powering the device, we have an average 3,000mAh battery with fast charging capabilities. As for dimensions, the Nubia M2 measures 155.73 x 76.73 x 7.68 mm and weighs in at 164 grams. It’ll be exclusively available from Amazon India in Black Gold for the cost of Rs. 13,999 ($216).

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2 Comments

  1. vijay sud
    May 11, 2017

    ZTE simply is not doing due diligence in Indian market. In May 17, introduction of a power hungry 28 NM Mediatek SOC phone into Indian market is like trying utmost to commit Harakiri. Mediatek P10 might be $10 a pop, but carries a bad rep in India, where Snapdragon rules. Then too a 5.5inch display phone on bad Indian networks with 3000 mAh battery, is sure formula to charging by 4 PM. Better luck next time ZTE. This Nubia M2 lite is a dud.

  2. vijay sud
    May 11, 2017

    ZTE simply is not doing due diligence in Indian market. In May 17, introduction of a power hungry 28 NM Mediatek SOC phone into Indian market is like trying utmost to commit Harakiri. Mediatek P10 might be $10 a pop, but carries a bad rep in India, where Snapdragon rules. Then too a 5.5inch display phone on bad Indian networks with 3000 mAh battery, is sure formula to charging by 4 PM. Better luck next time ZTE. This Nubia M2 lite is a dud.