ZTE unveiled today the Nubia Z11 Mini S handset, priced at just $222 and being made of aircraft grade aluminum. The product has been shown everywhere in renders, but we have for you a series of hands on shots, that aren’t bad looking at all.
The device is covered with a 2.5D glass panel upfront and it has antenna cutouts at the back making us think of the iPhone 7 or Meizu Pro 6. This is a 5.2 incher with a Full HD resolution, metal body and it’s available in champagne, khaki and one more hue. There’s a fingerprint scanner at the back and 4 GB of RAM inside, plus 64 GB of storage (there’s also a 128 GB storage version).
The back camera is a 23 MP shooter, while the front is a 13 MP one. This model feels to me like a Huawei or Xiaomi at the back side, mixed with the Meizu Pro 6/Vernee Mars antennae and the front is typical Nubia, as shown by the trademark Home button colourful ring. It’s quite a slim phone, with a gently rounded back and the 3000 mAh battery sounds good. It costs $222, possibly as the starting price and more for the model with extra storage.