What a day we are having, earlier, we saw Sony releases its own selfies machine, and now we see three more Android handsets from Nubia. Unlike the Sony’s phone, these are not just some random mid-rangers that the company releases because it’s a Tuesday, no. These are legit high-end phone with more than reasonable price to compete with the new Galaxy S5 LTE-A (or Prime as a lot of people has been prefers it to). Say Hello to the Z7, Z7 Max and Z7 Mini.
Now, the Z7 itself sports a QHD, 5.5-inch display with the resolution of 2560 x 1440. The phone runs on a Snapdragon 801, 3GB of RAM, 32 GB of built-in storage, features a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facer. The handset has the ability of operating 2 SIMs, has the thickness of just around 9mm, and powers by a 3000 mAH battery. The price for this is around $550 after calculating from the Chinese currency.
Next we’ve got the Z7 mini and the and Z7 Max. Beside the screen size, both of these phones have the same specifications which are also similar to the Z7. The Z7 “Mini” has a 5-inch 1080p display, while the Z7 “Max” keeps the size of the Z7 but sport a 1080p display instead of QHD. Both of these phone run on the same Snapdragon 801, and have 2GB of RAM. The Z7 Mini has 16GB of storage while the Z7 Max has the capacity of 32GB. The “Mini” will be available at around $240 and the Max will be at $320.
Although I do not necessarily agree to the company’s of Mini (I mean, 5-inch, really?), the fact that they did not cut corners for the Mini or the Max is worth taking a look, especially with the surprisingly low price for flagship specification.
*Right now, this is just for China.