New Delhi – Nubia, a premium Chinese smartphone manufacturer, is now going to land its feet in one of the largest smartphone market in the world, India. Nubia is planning to launch a smartphone in the country with an exclusive partnership with Amazon.in on May 19.
The company has given the e-retail giant exclusive rights to sell the smartphones and other products in the country.
Amazon India has already given a dedicated page to the enterprise, and for the past few weeks Nubia has been sharing and promoting its arrival in India.
On Twitter and Facebook, Nubia is going with a hashtag of “UnlimitYourself” and has already shared images with questions and sayings including “What’s stopping you from gaining a new perspective?” and “4 Days to chase your passion”.
Apparently, Nubia is going to launch three new smartphones in the country that have been previously launched in the China.
Nubia Z9, Z9 Mini, and Z9 Max are the smartphones, which look like a complete iPhone 5S rip off, are expected to land this Tuesday in the Indian smartphone market.
Talking about the specifications, the Z9 sports a 5.2-inch FHS IPS display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The smartphone is powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor along with Adreno 430 GPU.
The storage options for this device are 32GB and 64GB, however, the smartphone also comes loaded with 3GB or 4GB of memory. The smartphone is powered by a 2,900 mAh of the battery.
If these are to be launched in India, then we would have two companies following the approach of Cupertino giant, however, the prices for the Nubia smartphones are expected to start somewhere near Rs.35,000.
Apart from that, the company is also supposed to launch a budget smartphone keeping the spread of that market in mind. Apparently, if Nubia wants to compete with other giants in the Indian smartphone market, then it has to launch smartphones that are under the range of Rs. 10,000 and are feature-packed at the same time.
The history of Micromax and Xiaomi isn’t unknown to anybody in the Indian smartphone realm.