It has been not too long ago that ZTE Nubia Z17 got noticed on Geekbench. And here we are with the smartphone receiving certification from one of the most important certification sites in China which somewhat indicates that the release date of the smartphone is not too far away.
TENAA has always been one of the most important institutions which certify smartphone before the launch of a smartphone. And as reports have come in that ZTE Nubia Z17 has received certification from TENAA has made it certainly evident that the release date of the smartphone is not too far away. Not just that the TENAA certification has also revealed quite a few specs of the smartphone which have been previously shown in the GeekBench listing as well.
The smartphone from Nubia with model number NX563J has been spotted on Geekbench a few days and the specs of the smartphone which were revealed there got reaffirmed here again. It has revealed as well that the smartphone will come out with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset under the hood. The listed specs have further revealed that the device will sport a 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. However, it has been rumored previously that the smartphone will have 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage. The battery is going to be of 3,100 mAh and the smartphone will be available in two color variants – gold and silver.
Also, the TENAA certification of ZTE Nubia Z17 has revealed the design of the smartphone as well. It has shown that the device has got a bezel-less design which makes the smartphone look really attractive. However, the bezels can be clearly spotted on the side top as well as the bottom of the device. Not just that, the dual-lens rear camera can also be noticed alongside the single-lens front camera. The fingerprint scanner can be spotted on the back of the device as well.
However, it is not yet confirmed when the smartphone is going to come out on the market but it can be predicted that the launch of the device is looming large. This is because generally a smartphone comes out within a few days of receiving TENAA certification. Hence, everyone is seemingly waiting for an official statement on that.