You get RAW DNG shooting mode and ISO that goes up to 12,800 (ZTE is promising no added noise, however we do not obtain it). For video shooting, the camera maxes out at 1080p.
There’s an 8MP selfie camera too, with giant 1.4µm pixels and 80° lens (with a slim aperture of f/2.4).
As for the remainder of the nubia Z11 mini, the phone incorporates a metal frame and a 5″ 1080p screen behind a 2.5D glass. It’s powered by a snapdragon 617 chipset (28nm, 8x Cortex-A53, Adreno 405) with 3GB of RAM and comes with a powerful 64GB storage. It runs AN older android 5.1 Lollipop and has a fingerprint reader on the rear.
This is a dual-SIM phone with VoLTE support. It’s powered by a 2,800mAh battery.
The Z11 mini goes on sale in China later this month and can be obtainable through JD for CNY 1,500 ($230/€205).