Chinese manufacturer Nubia also had a busy day at MWC 2017, as they unveiled – without organizing a very special event – the all new N1 Lite smartphone, basically a lighter version of the Nubia N1, in terms of specs, keeping the 5.5″ display.
To be more specific, we’re talking about an HD panel, with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, while under the hood it has a MediaTek-made MT6737 processor, with a quad-core configuration, running at 1.5 GHz and coupled with 2GB of RAM.
The Nubia N1 Lite has an internal storage capacity of 16GB, but, thanks to the microSD card slot, you can expand it with 32 more gigs. A fingerprint scanner is also present, in order to add an extra layer of security to the phone, Nubia claiming to be very fast and giving secured access to all your apps.
Moving on, we have an 8MP camera on the back of the phone, with an f/2.0 aperture, as well as a dual LED flash. On the front, the N1 Lite features a 5MP unit, also aided by a flash, for the perfect selfie.
However, maybe the most interesting part about this phone is the operating system, which is Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but without any custom user interface on top, so you will be able to enjoy pure Android.
Nubia hasn’t unveiled the price of the handset, but it should be a bit cheaper than the original N1. The smartphone will be available in Germany, Italy, Spain and the Czech Republic, followed by other regions of Asia, like India, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia.