Nubia’s latest phone N1 boasts of a 5000mAh battery, which provides 1.9 days of endurance for heavy users and about 3 days of endurance for normal users.
It comes with Smart Power-saving technology that allows to save power while gaming, navigation, social communication and browsing the net. There’s screen power-saving technology to save on juice as well.
The Nubia N1 has an octa-core Mediatek MT6755 Helio P10 processor with 3GB RAM and 64GB internal memory which is expandable up to 128GB via microSD card. Nubia N1 runs Android 6.0 with nubia 4.0 UI on top. It has a fingerprint scanner, a dual SIM slot and support for 4G and VoLTE.
The rear camera is a 13MP one with f/2.2 aperture, PDAF, autofocus and LED flash with a front camera that’s also 13MP. Nubia N1 is a 5.5in phone with an all-metal body.
The phone is priced at ₹12,499 and is available on Amazon in black and gold.
No Woman no cry
If you’re a Nubia phone user and you find yourself in an untoward situation, don’t panic, just use the newly devised panic button.
Since the people of our country don’t really do much to make women feel safe, Nubia stepped up and created the special software for the power button that acts as a panic button and sends alerts if the user is in some deep trouble. The button is connected to 100 (the ‘one time’) and in the future plans to find its place in sync with the Indian number for emergencies, 112. Though it comes in-built in the newer phones being launched by Nubia, current users can upgrade their OS to add the feature to feel more secure. No need to feel insecure anymore, ladies. You’ll find Nubia to the rescue in case of emergency.