Late last year we came across bits of information surrounding ZTE’s alleged upcoming flagship phone dubbed the Nubia Z11. The fabled device is meant as a successor to the Nubia Z9 released in 2015, and needless to say, the Z11 should continue in its predecessor’s footsteps by employing an FIT display that gives the illusion of a bezelless design.
The aforementioned characteristic can be observed in a couple of new leaked renders (below) which surfaced on the blogosphere earlier today. Furthermore, assuming that the renders are legit, the Z11 boasts a rather unexpected characteristic on the back panel: it apparently employs a dual camera setup complemented by a dual-LED flash.
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New ZTE Nubia Z11 Renders Leak
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Judging by the Nubia Z11’s “mugshot” render above, the unannounced smartphone looks very similar to the Nubia Z9. It has the same red, circular home button, a 2.5D glass panel covering the display, and features FIT (Frame Interactive Technology) to refract light and hide the side bezels.
The smartphone’s back, however, the Nubia Z11 tells another story. The render below reveals a metal frame surrounding the device, a glass pack panel, a fingerprint scanner, and, of course, the biggest oddity that is the dual camera setup, probably used for post-processing / depth of field effects.
It’s worth noting that the handset’s front panel looks quite similar to the one that was spotted and captured on film last week at CES (Phone Arena), so the front-view render might actually be based on those photos. As for the handset’s back panel, it’s a guessing game at this point so whether ZTE will try to rekindle the dual camera concept in 2016 remains to be seen.
Either way, the source behind these renders claims that the ZTE Nubia Z11 will be officially unveiled on January 18, so if the date sticks then we won’t have to wait for too long before we step outside the realm of unconfirmed rumors, and into official waters.
We’ll keep you posted if we find out more in the meantime. Until then, feel free to share your thoughts on the new renders with us.