If you have been following our news, you must have read about Qualcomm announcing the Quick Charge 4+. And though the Quick Charge 4, which was a feature showcased during the launch of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, hasn’t even started rolling out on devices that feature the processor, the Quick Charge 4+ promises to deliver better charging results. And a part of the announcement of the Quick Charge 4+ was the fact that this new feature would be first implemented onto the Nubia Z17. And there isn’t a doubt that this new smartphone would be a killer one, at least based on what specifications hint.
The ZTE Nubia Z17 has been one of the mostly discussed smartphones lately, considering that it has been shown off as one of the most powerful smartphones to launch in the market. Don’t believe us? Look at the specifications mentioned below and you’ll know what we are talking about.
While the most notable feature on the Nubia Z17 is the Quick Charge 4+, what makes the smartphone a truly powerful one are features like the 8GB RAM coupled with the latest Snapdragon 835 processor, a massive 128GB internal storage, along with Dolby Atmos, IR Blaster, Dual camera set up featuring a 23MP and 12MP sensors and a bigger than life 16MP as the front camera.
But while the above-mentioned specifications make it a noteworthy device, what keeps the smartphone a bit on the lower edge is the 5.5-inch 1080p display, which isn’t something new. And considering the other features on this phone, the 1080p display isn’t that exciting.
Now keeping in mind all of the specifications mentioned above, one would expect the ZTE Nubia Z17 to carry a steep price tag, which is not true. As per reports, the massive 8GB variant will be available for a price tag of $538, and a 6GB RAM variant for $411. Super impressive, right? But before we all get excited, the news that might be disappointing is the fact that for now, the ZTE Nubia Z17 would be available only in China.
Will it be launched at other markets, you ask? We have not a clue about that. But when it does, the ZTE Nubia Z17 is sure to give some serious competition to the flagship smartphones out there.
What do you think? Would you get the Nubia Z17? Or is the 8GB RAM a bit too much? Guess we still have some time to think.