Nubia Z17 Mini Promo Images Leaked, Along With Specs

Promo images of the Nubia Z17 Mini have surfaced online, and showcases quite a few features of the upcoming device. For starters, one of the leaked images has revealed the price of the Nubia Z17 Mini, and according to it, the device will be priced at 2699 Yuan which translates to around $391. This is pretty high, considering that its predecessor, the Nubia Z11 Mini was priced around $200 when it was launched. The front and rear of the device can be seen from the image, and it seems that the device will not be sporting a dual-camera setup, something which is now a norm for smartphones produced by Chinese manufactures. The image also reveals that the Nubia Z17 Mini will be equipped with a fingerprint scanner on its rear, while the front of the device will likely sport a physical home button.

The second leaked image which can be seen in the gallery below, which reveals the memory configuration of the Nubia Z17 Mini. The device is expected to ship with 3GB of RAM along with 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 128GB via micro SD card. While the specific SoC isn't mentioned in the promo images, it is stated that it will be a 64-bit octa-core processor. Moving on to the third leaked image, it reveals that the upcoming smartphone will be sporting a very large 5,000mAh battery, which is a pretty significant upgrade over its predecessor. The predecessor packs a 2,800mAh battery. The design of the Nubia Z17 Mini sports close resemblance to its predecessor and also seems to be made out of metal. It has been rumored that the device will be made available in black and gold colors, when it is made available later this month.

Just yesterday, an image of the Nubia Z17 Mini was leaked along with the specs of the device. However, the specs from yesterday contradicts the latest leaks, which is the usual case when it comes to leaks. That being said, it is best to take these leaks with a pinch of salt, and wait for official confirmation from Nubia themselves.

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