Americans like to think of the US as the center of the tech universe. But on more than one occasion, I’ve been upset to find some great smartphone is not easily accessible in the states. The Nubia Z17 is one of those phones.nubia mobile nubia smartphone Z17
With Samsung working on bendy displays to put in flexible phones and even providing those screens to Chinese phonemakers to help grow the ecosystem, it’s clear a new era for smartphones is just around the corner. However, it seems like Nubia couldn’t wait that long, because at IFA 2018, the company released a frankly outrageous flexible screen device that looks like smartwatch, but promises even more.
Do you remember that nutty Lenovo wrist phone concept that was slapped to wrap around the hand of its wearer during a presentation last year, and touted as the future of mobility? Well, Nubia, an offshoot brand of ZTE, has created a similar wearable phone, but it's not in the concept stage anymore, and will reportedly be released next quarter.
Since June, two new smartphones managed to get into our top 5 best Chinese smartphones list, the Nubia Z17 and the OnePlus 5. Both of these phones were announced last month, and both are quite compelling.Z17 nubia mobile nubia smartphone
Nubia is a relatively new brand coming out of China. Currently their smartphones are only sold in China, but it’s only a matter of time before they are sold in more countries and regions. What really makes their smartphones stand out is the red accents that are used around things like the camera and the red circle that is the home button. Both are present on the Nubia Z11, and it definitely looks amazing. With the Nubia Z11 being such a stunning device, with high-end specs, and only costing around $375 (2499 Yuan in China), did Nubia cut any corners? Is the Nubia Z11 really worth picking up? Let’s find out in our full review.Z11
Let’s just assume smartphone innovation is dead and the only way to resurrect the exclusivity is to eliminate some elements, tweak others, and call it ‘world’s first’. Nubia, also the company behind introducing the world’s first bezel-less smartphone, today introduced the Nubia Z11 smartphone in India at Rs 29,999.Z11
Nubia is still a relatively unknown brand in the Android world, but the Chinese company has been making in-roads into the competitive European and US markets with a slew of fantastic smartphones. Nubia is hoping to continue their rise in popularity with their latest flagship offering, the Nubia Z11, which has recently been released in Europe, with an US launch imminent as well.Z11