nubia announced the launch of its flagship smartphone, nubia Z11 in the Indian market in exclusive partnership with Amazon.in. Registration will commence from December 16, 2016. The Bezel-less device, nubia Z11 is its flagship smartphone features, Frame interactive Technology 2.0 (FiT 2.0) with revolutionary Handheld Electronic Aperture, ushering in a new dimension for experiencing the digital world. With a spectacular black and gold design and circular edges the device bears testimony to a superior craftsmanship. Through the fusion of art and technology, the combination of a revolutionary bezel-less design with intuitive features, the nubia Z11 truly embodies the ‘Dreams without Boundaries’ spirit, enabling a new way of using a smartphone. With new interaction, the nubia Z11 breaks new ground in mobile photography, enabling users to take DSLR-grade images.
Commenting on the launch, Eric Hu, Country Manager nubia India said, “Breakthroughs are born through boundless imagination. Since our establishment, nubia has continuously broken new ground, creating many technological firsts – from raising the bar in smartphone photography, to opening up new screen interaction. Today’s launch of our flagship nubia Z11, marks a new chapter for nubia in India and for user experience.”
nubia’s revolutionary Frame interactive Technology provides more animation effects, feedback, sensitivity and practicality. Unlike other phones, nubia Z11’s bezel-less design with aRC 2.0 technology creates a new borderless vision. Light refraction through the 2.5D Arc Edge Tempered Glass beautifully conceals the edges of the 5.5″ FHD screen, creating an unrivalled 81% body to screen ratio. In addition, nubia’s latest FiT 2.0 lets users adjust brightness, switch APPs, switch screens and more on the screen edge, with the flexibility to customize their own interactive gestures and commands.
nubia Z11’s NeoVision 6.0 feature, a DSLR-like photography system, broadens and extends your imagination. Combining OIS (Optical Image Stabilizer), nubia HIS (Hand-Held Image Stabilization) EIS (Technology and Electronic Image Stabilizer), nubia Z11 camera is perfect for taking photographs with long exposures without the use of a tripod. nubia’s Handheld Electronic Aperture, powered by nubia HIS (Hand-Held Image Stabilization) Technology, supports up to 72 second long handheld exposure. Users can now easily capture all kinds of complex scenes, creating photographic masterpieces by hand with a range of nubia camera modes such as Clone Camera, Star Trail and real-time filters.
The nubia Z11 adopts aircraft-grade Aluminium alloy, which is very corrosion resistant and anti-oxidative. Users don’t have to worry about the corrosion caused by the surrounding environment. It thus creates the perfect balance between super long-lasting battery, beautiful modeling, powerful hardware configurations and an excellent UI system. With NeoPower 2.0, nubia Z11 provides up to 2 days of battery life in a 7.5mm slim body with 3000mAh battery.
The new smartphone runs on nubia UI 4.0 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and comes with hybrid dual-SIM which means it supports one micro-SIM and another either nano-SIM or microSD card. Under the hood, the phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Users will still be able to expand up to 200GB via microSD. In terms of photography, the new smartphone comes with a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera which uses a Sony IMX298 sensor.
The camera features an aperture of f/2.0, software optical image stabilization (OIS) and phase detection autofocus (PDAF). Accompanying the 16-megapixel camera on the back is a fingerprint sensor. It also comes with USB Type-C and a 3,000 mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 support. It offers connectivity options such as Bluetooth, GPS, Glonass, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 4G, GPS / A-GPS, 3G, and USB Type-C. It measures 151.8×72.3×7.5mm, and weighs 162 grams.
Pricing and availability
The nubia Z11 will be available in India priced at Rs. 29,999/- on Amazon.in
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