Bezel-less phones seem to be slowly catching the fancy of the buyers as ZTE Nubia Z11 renders show us. The Nubia Z11 will come with a display made by using Frame Interactive Technology, which is apparently the same technology used in the company’s other Bezel-less phone the ZTE Nubia Z9. The technology will allow users to gesture and swipe on the side of the screen to toggle on certain features.
The ZTE Nubia Z11 is fitted with a 5.2-inch display set at a resolution of 1440 x 2560, translating into a pixel density of 565ppi. The powerhouse is expected to shape up in the form of the much awaited Snapdragon 820 paired with 4GB of RAM and Adreno 530 GPU to take care of the Graphics. On the Storage front, the Nubia Z11 boasts of a 128GB of internal storage. The probable specs hint at an high end premium phone, not to mention the fingerprint scanner at the back.
The ARI (Arc Refractive Index) is used to hide the bezels, in essence the technology uses a curved glass that refracts the light in such a way that that the bezel from left to right is masked out.
The phone is equally capable on the imaging front, thanks to a 20.7-Megapixel primary sensor and a 13-Megapixel secondary snapper. The phone is expected to hit the stores early next year and ZTE has done all that it takes to make the phone look apart. As of now it is just the renders and we need to take all the specifications with a proverbial pinch of salt, but at the same time we are sure that we will be treated to additional info about the phone as it keeps on unraveling before its official release.