ZTE Mobile has recently released the Nubia Z5S Mini, a phone seemingly made for shutter-happy folks.
The Nubia Z5S Mini features a 13MP rear camera with a 5-piece sapphire precision optical lens and an Exmor RS sensor for crisp photos. As much as it can balance both glare and clarity, it’s also capable of taking shots in low light with its BSI image sensor and F2.2 aperture.
Similar to the rear camera, the front camera also carries a BSI sensor and F2.2 aperture, snapping at a respectable 5MP. It also comes with “smile recognition” and a built-in photo editor.
Although the cameras seem to be the Nubia Z5S Mini’s selling points, its specs aren’t so bad either. It sports a 4.7-inch screen in 720 x 1280 resolution powered by the Sharp IGZO OGS display technology that provides true-to-life colors. It’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor clocks at 1.2GHz, supported by a 1GB RAM and a 16GB ROM that’s expandable up to 32GB via microSD. The only hitch is that it still runs on Android 4.3 Jellybean, but hopefully the Nubia V 2.0 UI makes it better.
The Nubia Z5S Mini goes for Php14,990. Drop by the nearest ZTE kiosk for info on availability.