ZTE Nubia My Prague Hands On

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For those of you who don’t know Nubia, it is a sub-brand of ZTE that comes up with interesting devices. The Nubia devices have one common trademark which is their home button that has red backlighting in all colour variants that they are available in. That is the easiest way to spot a Nubia device in the wild. We went hands on with the Nubia My Prague at IFA 2015 which is as interesting as its name sounds.

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Nubia Z9 mini Review

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Couple of weeks back on May 19, ZTE got its Nubia series of smartphone in India as a separate sub-brand. The Chinese firm launched Nubia Z9 mini under its Nubia brand for Rs. 16,999. We really liked the device at first glance, but were disappointed with the price. Checkout what we found about Z9 mini in our detailed review? Continue reading “Nubia Z9 mini Review”

Weekly Roundup: Meizu m1 note, Nubia Z9 mini, Teewe 2, New Macbook Pro, LG Watch Urbane and more

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This week two Chinese smartphone brands made their debut in India – the popular Meizu and ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Meizu m1 note, Nubia Z9 mini, Teewe 2, New Macbook Pro, LG Watch Urbane and more”

Nubia Z9 mini Hands On Impressions

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Chinese manufacturer ZTE has got its Nubia series of smartphone to India as a separate sub-brand. The company has launched its first device in the country under its Nubia brand dubbed the Nubia Z9 mini at Rs. 16,999. Continue reading “Nubia Z9 mini Hands On Impressions”