Nubia N3 box leaks specifications, will come with a massive 5,000mAh battery

Nubia n3

Nubia’s N series of smartphones in India usually come with big batteries. The last one was the Nubia N2 that packed a massive 5,000mAh battery. Now, the sub-brand of ZTE is gearing up for a refresh of the series with the Nubia N3. A packaging box of the said device leaked today giving us a good idea of the specs of the device. Although the box was a Chinese one, we were able to catch quite a few details.

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Nubia N3The Nubia N3 has a model number NX608J and comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. It sports a big 6.0-inch display with Full-HD+ resolution which is now becoming a norm. Obviously, it is an 18:9 aspect ratio panel built by JDI. At the heart of the handset lies the Snapdragon 625, which is now powering so many mid-range devices. It would be considered a worthy upgrade, at least from last year’s MediaTek MT6750 CPU in the Nubia N2.

The Nubia N3 doesn’ t receive any upgrades in the battery department as it contains a 5,000mAh battery helped by 18W fast charging tech. But there’s still no USB Type-C. The Nubia N3 also has dual rear cameras the configuration of which is currently unknown. On the other side is a 16MP selfie shooter.

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It isn’t known what version of Android the Nubia N3 runs on. But we can expect at least Android Nougat out of the box. The Nubia N3 would first have to launch in China before making its way to India. Looking at its predecessors it will be sold on Amazon.in.

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