We have had a steady stream of information coming in about the ZTE Nubia Z17, Nubia’s upcoming flagship for the year 2017. We already know what hardware it might be packing and just recently we had a glimpse of what the device might look like. Yesterday, a more detailed render leaked for the device showing it from all angles and perspectives on AndroidHeadlines.

The latest leaked renders

In the above image, one can notice that the device features a heavily curved design both on the front and at the back. This would allow for a nice grip and feel in hand. The display also comes clad under a layer of curved glass with a circular capacitive home button below it. From the side profile and top, bottom profile it is very easy to see the curved nature of the design. The top also houses a 3.5mm audio jack so people with a pair of analog earphones may rejoice. At the rear, we can see the dual camera setup with the dual-LED flash, below which is the fingerprint scanner. The only thing worth noting apart from all this on the back is the Nubia branding at the bottom of the frame. At the bottom of the phone, we can see two speaker grills cut out, in-between these grills is the USB Type-C charging and access port.

Apart from this, the Nubia Z17 has been sighted on multiple benchmarking sites like Geekbench, which along with other leaks earlier allow us to make an educated guess about what hardware might be packed inside the device. We are expecting a device with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 octa-core SoC clocked @2.45GHz coupled with an Adreno 540 GPU. 4 GB/6 GB of RAM with 64 GB/128 GB of internal storage, as mentioned earlier the device has a 5.5-inch full-HD display. The dual camera setup at the rear of the device is made up of twin 12-megapixel sensors. The device will be running on Android v.7.1.1, Nougat under a Nubia UI skin. With the accelerated pace of leaks, we are expecting the device to be revealed soon officially by ZTE and Nubia officials.

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