Nubia N3 Smartphone Announced with Full HD display; Know Specifications Features.
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Chinese Smartphone maker ZTE brand Nubia has launched Nubia N3 in its home market.
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The composition of the ZTE Nubia N3 includes 4 GB of RAM, the screen is 6 inches with IPS panel, the drive on a 64 GB and a microSD slot for another 128GB. The latest smartphone from ZTE is the Nubia N3. It also has a fingerprint scanner at the front of the device. It is backed up by a huge, 5,000 mAh of battery capacity which keeps your device charged for hours. Meanwhile, there is a 16-megapixel front camera for selfies, on the handset. The phone will have a dual camera setup on the rear and a single 16MP front-facing camera. The smartphone is powered by a massive non-removable 5000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support and NeoPower 3.0 technology. You would be able to take ideal selfies and can make full HD video calls through this selfie camera on the device. The Nubia N3 smartphone will go on sale in China on March 24. The global availability of this phone is yet to be confirmed. The smartphone will be available in Obsidian Black, Space Gold, and Nebula Red colour variants. So you can pick the best and suitable color as per your desires. Now, manufacturers from Asia will begin to announce its new devices, with Nubia taking the lead with its N3. Pricing details of the smartphone have not been revealed by the company yet.
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