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ZTE has always been underrated in comparison with the more trendy Chinese OEMs like Xiaomi. However, the company is soon going to regain its shine with a new exciting smartphone. Some new renders of the Nubia Z11 have leaked out and suggest that the phone may get a curved display with a bezel-less design.

Looking at the renders below, the design feels premium. A new arc Refractive Conduction (aRC) technology will be used in the phone in order to make the edges of the display invisible. The curve in the renders appears to be a bit small, but does look like its almost at a straight angle to whole the display. The edges and grooves look clean. ZTE might also use its Frame interactive Technology (FiT) in order to provide advanced gestures to the grooves area.

The renders do come with a specs list, and the Nubia Z11 is said to get a 5.2 inch QHD screen. Below the hood is the Snapdragon 820 SoC with 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. An impressive 20.7MP shooter sits at the rear with a dual-tone LED flash, while a 13MP camera makes up for selfies and video calling at the front. The phone also gets a circular fingerprint sensor on the rear of the phone, which appears to be metal.

We don’t yet know what price tag the Nubia Z11 will come with or when it will be released. But we do expect it to be announced in the first half of 2016, as that’s the release timeframe for Snapdragon 820.

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