ZTE Nubia Z11 mini: video review of an imperfect camera phone
The first emotions from getting to know Nubia Z11 mini turned out to be very bright, the smartphone looked compact, convenient and beautiful. But were the first impressions justified after a more detailed acquaintance with the novelty? We will find out.
In principle, the new product from ZTE follows modern trends in the design of flagship solutions - the realm of glass and metal. The front and back of the smartphone is covered with glass, and metal with plastic inserts on the sides. By the way, this very glass at the back turned out to be “capricious” and like a magnet attracting scratches. I’m even afraid to imagine how a stylish smartphone will lose its presentability after a year of active use. The screen here is not bad, it is quite bright and contrasty. There are settings that allow you to customize it for yourself. This is another model that is talked about as a serious embodiment of modern technology in the camera. Fortunately, in practice, these statements did not turn out to be the usual marketing noodles that manufacturers are so generous with. The Sony IMX298 sensor at 16 megapixels produces good pictures. Snapdragon 617 is used as a chip here. Does it heat up? Crazy. During normal operation, everything is fine, but in demanding toys, he tends to “boil”. No less I want to scold the modest autonomy of the smartphone. Details on the video.