ZTE Nubia Z17 Mini

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Based on 13 expert reviews
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By techadvisor.co.uk on 80

It's cheaper than the best UK budget phones, yet blows them out the water on performance. For the money the good-looking Nubia Z17 Mini's hardware is more than adequate, it's just a shame it's not running the latest Android software.Tags:Smartphones,...

By NotebookCheck on 83

Touches into the edges. The Nubia Z17 Mini is a 5.2-inch mid-range smartphone that tries to impress with a special mode of controlling the device from the edges of the screen. A dual-camera on the rear and ample storage options are other good reasons....

By gadgetsnow.com on 60

The Nubia Z17 Mini offers premium design packaged with good hardware setup. But the USP of the handset - the dual rear camera setup - is far from perfect and could not convince us enough to recommend the phone. If you are looking to buy a dual rear...

By gadgets.ndtv.com on 70

The Nubia Z17 mini is a bit of an expensive proposition at its current price of Rs. 19,999. Nubia has an exchange offer on Amazon that promises up to Rs. 13,000 off, but a discount that steep would require you to trade in an iPhone 7 or similar phone,...

By gogi.in on 80

The Nubia Z17 Mini is a good handset, good performance, above average camera and battery life is pretty decent. Dual camera portrait mode was not that happening. Now this handset is priced at Rs. 19,999 would have been great if it was priced at under...

By 91mobiles.com on 70

It looks like the nubia Z17 mini brings with it a winning formula – solid design, gorgeous display, impressive cameras, and loaded hardware – all at an attractive price tag of Rs 19,999. Our only major gripe with the smartphone is its old Android...

By xiaomitoday.com on 91

Nubia is committed to setting a new benchmark for Smartphone Camera and also for performance standards on its every product.Watch the Complete Nubia Z17 Mini Review: Good Specification, innovation, great Design & Build Quality. At 20,000 INR this is...

By gizbot.com on 80

There's not much to explore in sub Rs. 20k price segment which makes Nubia Z17 Mini a welcome addition. The smartphone has an appealing design, one of the finest mobile cameras, ample RAM and memory to meet your multitasking and storage requirements and...

By gizmochina.com on 82

Recently ZTE released Nubia Z17 Mini and it might be one of the most significant mid-range releases in the year 2017. I have to highlight it has an amazing dual and selfie camera that belong only to the camera champions in the market.When a middle range...

By techpp.com on

It is raining dual camera smartphones and we do not see this monsoon ending anytime soon. Many companies have launched dual camera phones and the Chinese player Nubia has just joined the club (in India, at least). Nubia recently introduced the Nubia Z17...

By themobileindian.com on

To sum up, the dual-camera setup on the Nubia Z17 Mini does a decent job, while the monochrome mode manages to impress us sometimes. The phone looks premium and is a good performer in daily routine. However, the software is in dire need of optimisation...

By gogi.in on

I just got the Nubia Z17 Mini today for the review. This handset comes with dual camera setup and price is Rs. 19,999. The full review will be up soon for now you can check what are the contents you will get inside the box – Unboxing the Z17 Mini....

By themobileindian.com on

To sum up, the smartphone has its share of hits and misses. The device does manage to give a sleek and premium look, which is a good thing. The phone carries a specs sheet, which is pretty common at this price point, though a dated Android version can...

By xiaomitoday.com on

The Nubia Z17 mini is priced at 1699 yuan ($249) and 1999 yuan ($293) for the 4+64GB and 6+64GB variants, respectively. So the performance provided by a device at this price tag is quite excellent. However, the selling point of the Z17 mini still...