Nubia is has been on the down low since this year begun, nonetheless, they seem to have come out of hiding and taken up stand at the Mobile World Congress. Last year, they made official the Nubia N1 and now they have followed up that launching with the announcement of a slightly toned down variant of this handset with the moniker Nubia N1 Lite.
Although lite versions are usually smaller than their successors, this handset still comes in with the same 5.5 inch touchscreen display featured on the original Nubia N1 handset, however, the folks over at Nubia have trimmed down the resolution from Full HD, to a 720P screen.
Ticking under the hood is an unspecified quad-core processor which would be aided by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory storage. The phone would be coming in with 4G LTE connectivity and would run the Android Marshmallow operating system from the box.
Above the display, there is a 5 megapixel front camera to suit all your selfie desires and video calling apps as well. This sensor would be accompanying an 8 megapixel main camera at the back of this handset. Just below the imaging unit on the back of this device, there is a fingerprint scanner mounted to enhance your security. This scanner has a very quick response time of just 0.3 seconds.
The Nubia N1 Lite sports a 3000mAh battery pack which when compared with the specs listed above should do quite well. Although the price tag is still in the dark, we know that this device would be launch anytime from now and would storm both the European and Asian market.