ZTE Nubia Z17 8 GB RAM Model Available For Pre-Orders; Freebies Confirmed From August 21 To 28
ZTE announced the pre-order of the Nubia Z17 8 GB RAM variant that topples the 6 GB RAM model released in July. In addition to having a bigger RAM, buyers can either choose to have a 64 GB or a 128 GB internal storage.
ZTE is now accepting pre-orders for the new variant of Nubia Z17 flagship smartphone. This new variant has 8 GB of RAM in case certain users find the 6 GB model inefficient to perform high demanding tasks. Moreover, ZTE offers the new variant in two models one having a 64 GB internal storage capacity while the other having a bigger 128 GB storage size. Customers making pre-orders within August 21 to 28 will receive gifts such as a 10,000 mAh power bank, headphones or vouchers, according to JD.
Nubia Z17 smartphone is powered by Android 7.1.1 Nougat, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, Adreno 540 GPU and 6 to 8 GB of RAM. It has 5.5 inches of screen display with 1080p display resolution protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and uses Nubia UI 5.0 version. Its primary camera is configured using a dual-camera system with one lens having 23 MP and other 12 MP. Both of these lenses have 1.4um pixel size, f/1.8 aperture, 1/2.55-inch CMOS sensor and 0.003 autofocus shutter speed. Effects supported by the main camera include hybrid 2X zoom-in mode, 3D photos, and macro shots.
Its user interfaces Nubia UI 5.0 combined with NeoSmart system allows the Nubia Z17 to learn and predict the behavior of the users through apps, searches, and usage. For the battery life, the smartphone has NeoPower 3.0 power saving system to extend the battery for more than two days and recharging 50 percent of battery level can be achieved in under 20 minutes via NeoCharge technology, according to the official website of Nubia.
ZTE Nubia Z17 8 GB RAM model with 64 GB internal storage costs $479 while the 128 GB variant having the same 8 GB of RAM costs $599. ZTE will officially release the new flagship smartphone to direct sellers on August 28, 2017.