nubia has announced the launch of its next mid-range smartphone in India, the N2. The highlight of the N2 is its large 5000 mAh battery which is combined with the company’s proprietary NeoPower technology for long battery life.
According to the company, a single charge of nubia N2 allows 12 hours of web browsing, 60 hours of voice call, 41.5 hours of music, 11 hours of video streaming, or 8.4 hours of gaming.
The nubia N2 is also geared towards selfie enthusiasts with a 16-megapixel front camera with 80° wide angle lens and f2.0 aperture.
With every Nubia product that is introduced in India, we are increasing our ability to respond to feedback of our customers. Big battery, steady performance and great camera have been universal themes around which our customers have sought improvisation from us. Keeping this in mind, we have introduced Nubia N2. With proprietary Neo Power technology, and 5000 mAh battery, this device lasts 3 days on a single charge. Nubia is overwhelmed with the affection it has received in India market and we are determined to introduce products that continue to enrich lives of our customers.
– Eric Hu, Country Head, nubia India
nubia N2 Specifications
- Operating System: Android 6.0 Marshmallow with nubia UI 4.0
- Display: 5.5-inch HD (1280 x 720) AMOLED | 2.5D curved glass | 267 ppi
- Processor: MediaTek MT6750 | Octa Core (4 x A53 1.5GHz + 4 x A53 1.0GHz) | Mali T860 GPU
- RAM: 4 GB LPDDR3
- Internal Storage: 64 GB; expandable up to 128 GB using a microSD card
- Rear Camera: 13 MP with PDAF | SONY IMX 258 | f2.2 aperture
- Front Camera: 16 MP fixed focus | Samsung 3P3ST | f2.0 aperture | 80° Wide Angle
- Battery: 5000 mAh
- Dimensions: 155 x 75 x 7.9 mm
- Weight: 180 grams
Priced at ₹15,999 ($247), the nubia N2 is available in two color variants – Champagne Gold and Black Gold. It is available in India through an exclusive partnership with Amazon starting today.
While the nubia N2 looks good one paper and packs in a massive battery in a slim chassis, the lack of Android Nougat out of the box hurts. What are your thoughts on this new mid-ranger? Tell us in the comments!