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ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini successor might arrive next week

ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini Android smartphone to get a successor next week
ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini
Expected to launch as ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini S, this handset might focus on mobile photography features as its predecessor, but there are no details available yet.

This month will probably end like one to remember since multiple handsets from China are being unveiled these days, while Samsung is pulling the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 phablet out of the market for good. One of the Chinese handset makers to come out with something new is ZTE, a big name that plans to hold a special event on October 17.

The press invites do not offer any details, but everyone expects a new compact handset from the ZTE Nubia family. To be more accurate, we should say that insiders familiar with the matter claim the new device is the direct successor of the ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini.

Not even the name is official at this stage, but most bets are on ZTE Nubia Z11 Mini S. The new handset is expected to become the first one in its class to feature a dual camera setup and having RAW support like the Nubia Z11 Mini would also be a strong feature to have. 

Soon after ZTE, Huawei and Oppo will hold a special event each. Huawei's is scheduled for October 18, while Oppo will unveil its new device(s) one day later.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-10-11 (Update: 2016-10-11)
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