Nubia N3 Leaked, 18:9 Display in Tow

Real life images of the Nubia N3 were reported on China’s micro-blogging website, Weibo. The complete array of specs along with its design and retail box has leaked.

The Nubia N3, judging from its specs and form factor seems to be a mid ranger. It features a full screen display with no physical or capacitive buttons. Instead, Nubia chose to go with on screen navigation keys. The top bezel houses the front camera and the earpiece. The bottom of the phone houses the micro USB charging port flanked by the speaker grill on the left and microphone on the right. The back has a horizontally aligned dual camera setup and the fingerprint scanner sits on the back above the Nubia logo. The phone seems to be made of a combination of metal and plastic but nothing can be confirmed right now.

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The N3 features a 6-inch 1080p display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood lies the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB on-board storage. On the back is a 16MP+5MP dual camera setup and a 16MP front camera. A whopping 5000mAh battery powers the N3. It runs an undisclosed version of Android with the Nubia UI on top. There is no news regarding the launch, but expect an imminent launch.


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  1. Da Terminator
    March 7, 2018

    The Lenovo p2 is a better choice as it’s cheaper. btw why would Nubia release a mediocre phone so late?

    • Guest
      March 8, 2018

      It’s getting harder to buy the P2 as Lenovo stopped manufacturing it (They didn’t even announce a successor for over a year now so I’m really hoping that the S5 will feature at least 70% of the battery life of the P2, but I’m probably naïve for thinking this way) and Chinese resellers are now even raising its price like for the Axon 7 but I agree that it’s a better choice unless the Nubia has a Super AMOLED screen as well, then they may have just made the only worthy competitor to this phone…