ZTE's sub-brand nubia has unveiled a new smartphone today in China. The nubia N3 comes with a 5.99" IPS 2,160x1,080 18:9 touchscreen, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset at the helm, and a huge 5,000 mAh battery to ensure you won't need to charge it every night. Speaking of that, it supports 18W fast charging.
The handset has 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a microSD card slot. It runs Android 7.1 Nougat underneath nubia's custom UI. On the back there are two cameras, but their resolutions and specs are unknown at the moment. For selfies you get a 16 MP shooter.
The nubia N3 will go on sale in China on March 24. It will be offered in Obsidian Black, Space Gold, and Nebula Red. Pricing hasn't been revealed yet. It's the ZTE sub-brand's first mid-ranger to come with a tall screen aspect ratio, thus adhering to one of the latest trends. Amazingly it somehow managed to escape the temptation of having a notch.
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Snapdragon 625 is the most power efficient CPU till this date, for someone who only does Web browsing and light gaming on their smartphone and care about the battery life, snapdragon 625 beats snapdragon 845 and Apple A11.