ZTE has managed to intrigue consumers all over the world by releasing their Axon and Nubia devices last year. The Axon lineup of devices sports a unique look, and as part of this lineup, ZTE has introduced quite a few devices, including the Axon, Axon Elite, Axon Pro, Axon Mini, Axon Mini Premium Edition, Axon Watch and Axon Max. All of these devices sport a rather unique look, and are quite capable in the audio department. The company's Nubia line has been exclusive to Asia, even though ZTE intends to release these handsets internationally as well, soon. The Nubia Z9, Z9 Mini and Z9 Max have been announced last year, and the Nubia Z9 flagship is the most interesting one out of the bunch. This handset is made out of metal, and it doesn't sport any bezel on the sides, which makes it really sleek looking. The phone also packs in some really interesting software features.
That being said, we've seen several Nubia Z11 leaks thus far, the images of the device's front panel have been surfacing online for quite some time now. Well, while we were at the ZTE's booth at CES 2016, checking out what the company has to offer, we've stumbled upon the (alleged) Nubia Z11. We were checking the Limited Edition Leather variant of the Nubia Z9 when we managed to get our hands on the Nubia Z11's front panel. This image actually goes hand-in-hand with the leaked images that have been popping up, and it looks quite sleek. It seems like the Nubia Z11 will follow in Nubia Z9's footsteps and offer the bezel-less design. This device actually looks even better than its predecessor, and if ZTE intends to stick to their release schedule, the Nubia Z11 might get announced in May this year. Keep in mind that this info is not confirmed by the company or anything of the sort, so take it with a pinch of salt.
Now, as far as Nubia Z11's specs are concerned, previous rumors have reported that the handset might sport a 5.2-inch display, just like its predecessor. The phone will quite probably ship with 4GB of RAM on the inside, and you can also expect it to be made out of metal. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 SoC powered the Nubia Z9, so the Snapdragon 820 is expected to be included in its successor. The Nubia Z11 is also expected to sport a 21-megapixel shooter on the back, and Andriod 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, with ZTE's Nubia UI on top of it. If you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll get to see the Nubia Z11 compared to the Nubia Z9. We'll report back as soon as additional info becomes available, stay tuned.