Back in November last year we saw our first leaks of ZTE’s bezel-less Nubia Z11, the successor to the Nubia Z9. The handset has once again appeared in a couple of leaked renders (combined together above), but this time it is sporting quite a different rear camera design.
The big change in these renders is the inclusion of what looks like a dual-rear camera design, complete with a dual LED flash. Dual-rear cameras have repeatedly come in and out of preference in the flagship smartphone space and are typically used to allow for adjustable depth and focus even after a picture has been taken.
Although we are still waiting on an official look at the ZTE Nebia Z11, a front panel from the handset briefly cropped up at CES 2016, which matches up quite nicely with these latest renders. Unfortunately no-one managed to get a look at the back panel to confirm the camera set-up.
The bezel-less design is accomplished by making use of the company’s own Frame Interactive Technology (FIT) display. Other than that, the smartphone looks very similar to before and seems to share quite a lot in common with the existing Z9, with the same red trim.
Previously rumored specifications point to a 5.2-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4GB of RAM, a 21 megapixel rear camera, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow on board, so we’re looking at a fully-fledged flagship here. The source behind the renders claims that the Nubia Z11 will be official announced on January 18th and a press event is scheduled for that day, so we should officially know everything about the handset soon enough.