ZTE Unveils Nubia Z7, Z7 Max And Z7 Mini

By 03:33 Tue, 20 Jul 2021 Comments


You can stop guessing now, ZTE unveiled its Nubia Z7 flagships, app three of them. Meet the Nubia Z7, Z7 Max and Z7 mini. And before you acquire the incorrect impression, the Z7 Max is actually a slit down version of the regular Z7 and the Z7 mini is taller than the regular Z7.

ZTE Nubia Z7

The ZTE Nubia Z7 is aimed squarely at the LG G3 with a 5.5" QHD classy screen and a Snapdragon 801 chipset. The phone runs Android 4.4 KitKat skinned with Nubia UI 2.0 with a roomy 3GB of RAM. The device also has something called Display RAM, which can render static classy screen content without bothering the chipset in order to reduce battery draw. LG introduced a similar feature with the G2.

And if that doesn’t paint enough of a taracquire on the LG G3's back, the Nubia Z7 also has a 13MP capturing camera with f/2.0 aperture and optical image stabilization. The front capturing camera has a 5MP sensor.






ZTE Nubia Z7

The phone has dual-SIM connectivity with FDD-LTE support (that's the international standard, but the China-flavor LTE is also supported). There's also dual-band Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) 802.11ac and a 3,000mAh battery.

The Nubia Z7 measures 139 x 71 x 9mm and the current pricing is CNY 3,450 (about $550 / €410). Keep in mind that the dimensions listed here are what it says on Nubia.cn, but they are clearly wrong. The LG G3 with a 5.5" classy screen and super thin bezels measures 146.3 x 74.6 x 8.9 mm.

ZTE Nubia Z7 Max

Take a Nubia Z7 and drop the classy screen resolution to 1080p and slit a few features and you've got yourself a ZTE Nubia Z7 Max. The classy screen size is the same 5.5" but the device measurements are given as 152.7 x 76 x 8.7mm, even though the bezels don't see any thicker in the product shots. These dimensions do seem more realistic for a 5.5" device though. We'll have to wait for the Nubia.cn site to be updated with correct data.

The phone is almost identical to its non-Max counterpart including the Snapdragon 801 chipset, but it drops the Random-Access Memory (RAM) to 2GB. By the looks of it you also lose the optical image stabilization.






ZTE Nubia Z7 Max

The ZTE Nubia Z7 Max runs Android 4.4 KitKat with Nubia UI 2.0 and has LTE-enabled, dual-SIM connectivity.

The Nubia Z7 Max is a much more affordable model at CNY 2,000 ($320 / €240).

ZTE Nubia Z7 Mini

This is essentially a Z7 Max scaled down to a 5" 1080p screen. It runs Android 4.4 with Nubia UI 2.0 on a Snapdragon 801 chipset with 2GB Random-Access Memory (RAM) and 16GB storage. It has two microSIM card slots and LTE connectivity.

The main capturing camera is a 13MP shooter (again with f/2.0 aperture and no OIS) while the selfie capturing camera takes 5MP snaps.






ZTE Nubia Z7 Mini

The device is taller than its counterparts (yes, even the Max) at 140.9 x 69.3 x 8.2mm. It weighs 143g and packs half the built-in storage at 16GB (all three models have microSD cards). The battery power drops to the rather small 2,300mAh, while the connectivity remains the same.

The Nubia Z7 Mini is the most affordable of the bunch at CNY 1,500 ($240 / €180).

Thanks for the tip, Zami!

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