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Nubia Z17 hands-on: the $410 flagship from China


You’re not going to find it on sale anytime soon in the U.S., but that’s not stopping us from getting our first hands-on look at Nubia’s latest flagship phone, the Z17. Available for purchase in China right now, the Nubia Z17 was officially announced as the company’s flagship for 2017 back in June. Sporting some top-notch specs and a premium design that makes it formidable against the competition, the Z17 benefits from having a slightly lower price point than some competing flagships out there.

The first thing that strikes us about the Z17 is its premium design

Right off the bat, the first thing that strikes us about the Z17 is its premium design – one that’s boasting a metal unibody chassis with minimal bezels on its sides. Unlike its predecessor, the Nubia Z17 benefits from having a water-resistant design, which is still somewhat of a rarity. Best of all, there’s a substantial feel to its build quality and construction, which ensures that its design won’t go unnoticed amongst the myriad of other flagships in the space.

On the front is a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS LCD display, giving it a pixel density of approximately 403 ppi. For a flagship, however, it’s the one aspect that undermines the phone’s recognition of being a flagship. Sure, there are other flagships on the market with Full HD displays, but we still would have liked to see Nubia include a Quad HD panel here. Viewing angles are decent however, and there isn’t too much color distorting, either.

Thanks to the Snapdragon 835 and 6 GB of RAM, this phone flies

The Z17 also features a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, Dolby Atmos-enhanced speakers, USB Type-C, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip, a whopping 6 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of internal storage. The Snapdragon 835 makes the phone fly, exhibiting those instant responses you expect from top-tier smartphones in the space. However, two things that might not be praised across the board are the phone’s lack of 3.5 mm headphone jack and microSD card slot.

Even though it’s running Android 7.1.1 Nougat, there’s no access to native Google apps unless you root the phone. Naturally, that’s a reason for people to stay away, but even more when you’re stuck with native bloatware apps preloaded on the phone. Nubia’s software overlay is quite different from what you’d find on most phones here in the U.S., but after all, this phone is meant for the Chinese market.

Despite that, the Nubia Z17 continues to shine on the hardware front, as it features a dual-camera system that enables it to achieve those beautiful portrait shots that are becoming so popular as of late. The dual-camera system breaks down to a 23 MP and 12 MP sensor combination, allowing it to deliver those blurry backgrounds with photos.

Given the cost of other flagships boasting premium designs, the Snapdragon 835 chip, and dual-camera systems, the Nubia Z17 is definitely a charming phone priced at $ 410 for the base model (6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage). That’s undeniably undercutting the competition, but seeing that it’s currently only available in China, it’s not a rational decision for someone stateside to pick it up – mainly due to the lack of Google apps not being native to the phone. You might pique some eyes showing it off, but using it on a daily basis is an entirely different thing.


What do you think? If the Nubia Z17 came to the United States (or anywhere outside of China), would you think about picking it up? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

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Nokia 6 sales will begin in China on January 19, reservations go live


If you live in China, you can now put down a little money now to make sure you can be one of the first to get the Nokia 6 smartphone. JD.com is taking online paid reservations on its site for 66 CNY (about $ 9) for the Android phone, ahead of its official launch on Thursday, Jan. 19.

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JD.com will be the exclusive retail site for the Nokia 6, which is the first phone with the famous brand that’s being released by HMD Global. The company surprised the world last weekend when it announced that the Nokia 6 will be sold exclusively in China, for the price of 1,699 CNY, or about $ 245.

The Nokia 6 itself will have a 5.5-inch Full HD display with 2.5D Gorilla Glass on top, and will have Android 7.0 Nougat installed out of the box.  Inside it will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor along with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of onboard storage. It will also have a 16 MP rear camera and an 8 MP front-facing camera.

HMD Global is already preparing to reveal even more Nokia-branded Android smartphones. Today, it stated on the Nokia Mobile Facebook page that more announcements will be coming on Feb. 26, just before the start of the 2017 Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain.

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Huawei closes in on Apple in China


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Right now, the Android operating system is absolutely dominating the Chinese market. To get a snapshot of this, we can look at how iOS smartphones accounted for about 25% of urban sales in 2014, with the Android operating system constituting an overwhelming majority of the remaining 75%. However, Apple is responsible for that entire 25%, whereas Android sales are scattered across a slew of competing companies like Huawei, Xiaomi, Meizu, and Oppo. However, the growth of iPhone sales has been in decline since 2014, and now one of the Android companies is closing the gap.

huawei-logo-mwc-2015-1See also: Flashback and Forecasts: Huawei in 201610

Huawei is the dark horse that everybody is starting to notice. Back in 2014, the scrappy company only sold 5% of Android smartphones worldwide. By the beginning of this year, Huawei had nearly tripled this figure, snagging 14% of the global smartphone market. That’s a pretty massive figure for a company that hardly has any presence at all in the US, and has only recently broken into European markets. Huawei’s invasion of Europe has been pretty damn successful, with their numbers doubling in both France and Great Britain over the course of 2015 to secure a number-four position in brand ranking, while achieving second place in Italy, Spain, and Germany.

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But that doesn’t even touch on where Huawei is really killing it, because these guys have quickly become a force to be reckoned with on their home turf of China. While Apple’s growth has slowed substantially since 2014, Huawei has been briskly closing the gap, capturing fully 24.3% of the market. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, this Chinese company is establishing itself as a major global player in the smartphone industry, and they’ve got some crazy momentum on their side.

What are your thoughts regarding the ongoing rise of Huawei? Have you had experience with their products before? Let us know your opinions in the comments below!

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China to impose more restrictions on companies like Qualcomm


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As EETAsia reports, China’s antitrust regulators are about to impose additional restrictions on foreign companies operating inside the country within the semiconductor industry. This means that companies such as Qualcomm and other American companies will be dealing with China’s antitrust regulators on an even greater scale. China’s semiconductor market is currently the world’s largest.

The Chinese government is likely trying to slow down companies such as Qualcomm (US) and MediaTek (Taiwan) in favor of state-run companies such as Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) and Spreadtrum Communications. Combine that with the fact that China is already probing Qualcomm over antitrust concerns and it isn’t hard to see why Qualcomm has been forced to cut sales and profit expectations for the year.

As the Financial Times notes, the investigation into Qualcomm by the Chinese government is being done by a powerful state central planning body, with a fearsome reputation and a win rate “which if it is not 100 per cent, it’s pretty close.”

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Qualcomm is not alone in dealing with China’s regulators. Whether it is Apple, IBM or Microsoft, China has “been counselling, cajoling and sometimes banning state companies and government agencies from buying US high-tech goods.”

“China seeks to strengthen such [state] companies through the anti-monopoly law and, in apparent disregard of the AML, encourages them to consolidate market power, though this is contrary to the normal purpose of competition law.” – US Chamber of Commerce, Financial Times

Considering that China owns the largest three domestic telecom service providers in China (China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom) and that all of them are moving to chips that are supported by Chinese vendors, many in the US continue to be skeptical of the motives of the Chinese government in their investigation of Qualcomm and other foreign corporations operating inside China.

It should also be noted that Qualcomm is far from an angel. The company was hit with a $ 20 million fine in South Korea in 2009 and was forced to renegotiate licensing agreements with Nokia and others by the European Commission in 2007.

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