May 02, 2017 09:21 AM EDT
Nubia revealed the Nubia Z17 Mini last month, and the more powerful Nubia device has just arrived on Geekbench. The device comes with a great spec sheet, however includes a mid-range processor despite the fact that it is wearing with 6GB of RAM.
According to GSM Arena, the Nubia Z17 Mini might be a compelling device, as it will be fueled by the Snapdragon 835 SoC. The device reportedly includes a 6GB of RAM, running in an Android 7.1.1 Nougat where it illustrates how well did the phone perform.
The Nubia Z17 managed to gather 1,853 points in the single-core benchmark while gaining 6,739 points in the multi-core test, as noted by Geekbench. The device was expected to quite similar to the original Nubia Z17 in terms of its design, so buyers can expect the phone to ship with a dual camera setup on the back, a capacitive home key below the display which Nubia's very well-known circular capacitive key, and a metal body.
The Nubia Z17 will also feature a fingerprint scanner that will probably be placed on the back of the device. This smartphone will probably arrive with Android Nougat out of the box and Nubia's custom UI, as usual. Unfortunately, reports still doesn't know when Nubia Z17 will be announced but tech enthusiasts expect the company to release it in the coming weeks.
Consumers will see more benchmark listings of the upcoming Nubia Z17 before it arrives, and other additional specs and features of the phone might surface as well. The upcoming Nubia Z17 will be the company's all-new flagship smartphone and chances creates that will be will be announced first in China. This smartphone might get announced in some additional markets. Stay tuned for more updates of the upcoming Nubia Z17 as it will arrive sooner than expected.
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