Nubia exec teases Z11 Max with 83.27% screen-to-body ratio

Vlad, 20 May, 2016

ZTE's nubia sub-brand has already announced the Z11 mini, the first member in its Z11 family. And earlier this month we've seen the other two devices in the line getting certified for sale in China by TENAA. So both the Z11 and the Z11 Max should become official soon.

In the meantime, Ni Fei, nubia's general manager and co-founder, has decided to start teasing the Z11 Max. He's done so on Weibo by posting the image you can see below.

The render of the upcoming Z11 Max is accompanied by a claim that should bring very good news to people who love big displays on phones but hate handsets that are themselves huge. It turns out that the Z11 Max will come with an 83.27% screen-to-body ratio, which is up there with the best in the business.

This has obviously been achieved by using minimal bezels, both on the sides of the display but also the top and bottom of the phone. As per TENAA's images from a while back, the nubia Z11 Max should sport a metal construction and a fingerprint scanner on the back.

Spec-wise, we'll get a 6-inch 1080p touchscreen, a 16 MP rear camera, an 8 MP selfie shooter, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 652 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, and a 4,000 mAh battery. It's likely to run Android 5.1 Lollipop underneath nubia's own UI.

Source (in Chinese)


Reader comments

  • Anonymous

Why calling them idiotz while you are the real idiotz here.. every vendor realize 6+ inch phones won't be a flagship, since most people prefer 5inch phone as their phone not 6inch, that's the current trend now.. even Sony don't continue the successor...

  • Anonymous

Snapdragon 652 is just as fast as Snapdragon 810 and probably half the cost so I think it's a smart move :)

  • AnonD-527248

not another mid-range soc on a 6+ inch screen.. where's the SD82x? i'm sticking to my Huawei P8Max until then.. idiots.. why can't big screens get better specs? that's 5 i counted.. Samsung A9 pro, Xiaomi Mi Max, Oppo R9 Plus, Sony XA Ultra, and now ...

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