Nubia recently announced its latest entry Z11 mini S, in China back in October. Here is the review of this smartphone.
Nubia Z11 mini S design and build:
The borders on either side of the display of the Nubia Z11 mini S are fairly slim, and there are backlit capacitive buttons at the bottom for navigation.
There didn’t come any problem while using the phone under direct sunlight as it gets Gorilla Glass protection and a good brightness level of 450nit. You can adjust the color temperature in the Settings app if needed. On the left side of the Nubia Z11 mini S, you have a hybrid dual-SIM slot that can accept microSD cards of up to 200GB. Everything is ergonomically placed, with good tactile feedback from the buttons.
Nubia Z11 Mini S Phone Features Specifications
Processing is handled by the proven octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC. The performance recorded was an AnTuTu score of 63,074 and 22fps in GFXbench.
The Z11 mini S supports 4G VoLTE on both SIMs, Bluetooth 4.1, dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac, USB-OTG, FM radio, and a suite of sensors including a gyroscope. There are built-in scrolling screenshot and screen recording tools. The phone already has apps like the News Republic and Kika keyboard. The phone runs Nubia UI 4.0, which is of Android Marshmallow 6.0.1.
Nubia Z11 Mini S Review
Nubia Z11 mini S comes out as overall good when we are talking about its performance. Apps run smoothly and open quickly. Heavy games like Asphalt 8 and Implosion run without any noticeable lag. However, the back of the phone got warm while gaming, but other than this, we didn’t face any overheating issues. Audio performance was up to the mark. But, the mono speaker isn’t that clear for media.
So, the Z11 mini S has all the makings of a good smartphone. The Z11 mini S is available exclusively on Amazon at Rs. 16,999, which makes it worth considering if you’re looking for good cameras and other cool features.