The Nubia Z11 is a flagship smartphone gunning for your DSLR camera, with bold claims about its photography abilities.
Announced at IFA 2016 in Berlin, the Z11 focuses on design and photography, while also managing to offer a hearty spec sheet to ensure it keeps pace with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, LG G5 and HTC 10.
The Nubia Z11 will be available in a number of countries including the UK and US from September, with the standard edition (with 4GB of RAM) costing €499 (around £420, $550, AU$740). There is a special model though – the Black Gold Edition – with an almighty 6GB of RAM and a price tag of €599 (around £510, $660, AU$890).
Why anyone needs 6GB of RAM in their phone in 2016 is unclear, but it’s not the only manufacturer to roll out the RAM with the OnePlus 3 also boasting the same amount, but at a lower cost.
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