Little did we know that ZTE had more up its sleeve for this quarter after announcing plans to release its bezel-less Nubia Z11 earlier last week.
Apparently, a new Nubia My Prague S in another Upper midrange smartphone from the Chinese company in the works and this we believe, is the beginning of an all-new series, “S”, under the ZTE Nubia My Prague sub sub-brand.
The original My Prague of last year was nothing short of amazing and we do not expect the upcoming sequel to fall short in any respect…rather we expect enhancements where possibly while still featuring premium components.
Anyway, the aforementioned Prague of last year ran on Android Lollipop 5.1 and was powered by a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 615 Octa-core SoC with variants that were significantly different in memory configuration.
The base level had 2GB of RAM with 16GB of internal storage and the other 3GB of RAM with 32GB ROM onboard, respectively.
The device is also (justifiably) the thinnest ZTE has ever been able to pull off with a sheer thickness of just 5.5mm and a 5.2” Samsung Super AMOLED display up front with a resolution at 1080x1920P while still equipped wit a 13MB back camera and an 8MP selfie shooter.
This just means that the yet to be released ghostly update will capitalize on the strengths of the Prague S and also amend its weaknesses.
Not much is known about this supposed successor but from the original Prague, we have a pretty good idea on what to expect…and this include a Snapdragon 652 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and a fingerprint scanner.
In such a case, we can only hope to hear more from ZTE in the nearer future. However, feel free to speculate on what might come featured in the Prague S in the comments below and also keep it tuned to TDR as we’ll be bringing more news and exclusive contents your way.