ZTE's Latest Android Smartphone Hopes To Recover Company From Its Losses; Dual-Camera Design Hinted

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    Technology Technology Mar 30, 2017 04:45 PM EDT


    The latest android smartphone from ZTE will hope to save them from their recent financial loss, by utilizing a design that can entice potential buyers. The Chinese telecommunications company is going through some rough financial issues.

    Fortunately, this won't be stopping them from announcing their latest Android smartphone, the nubia Z17 mini. According to GSMArea, the Z17 mini's announcement came with an invite that features an image that might very well be hints of the handsets design, which is the utilization of dual cameras.

    Fellow China-based tech company Xiaomi is another manufacturer that incorporates dual-cameras in their smartphone models such as the Xiaomi Redmi Pro. While not necessarily anything new, the Z17 mini's design can still garner a significant amount of interest from consumers.

    Nowadays, smartphones are focusing on coming up with outlandish designs and unconventional approaches. However, ZTE's newest offering opted on focusing and bettering the traditional tried-and-tested formula and design.

    ZTE's latest android smartphone is reported to have a 5.2 inch 1080p display, a 1.8 GHz octa-core processor, a juicy 2,930 mAh battery and a chunky 4GB RAM. The Z17 mini is encased in a full-metal body and also comes with a fingerprint scanner on the back as well.

    ZTE previously launched a competitive range of smartphones with their nubia N2 and nubia m2 line-ups. The ZTE nubia M2 featured a wide 5.5 inch display with a hefty 3630 mAh battery pack, while the N2 featured similar specs albeit with an even beefier 5000 mAh battery. However, their latest Android smartphone hopes to fill-in the gap between their high-range and mid-range line-ups.

    According to Financial Times, ZTE depreciated by up to 2 percent since last Friday, following their recent billion dollar fine for a U.S violation. However, the companies recent developments in the VR market, 5G, and even the announcement of their latest Android smartphone, could help recover the company from their losses. 

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