The ZTE Nubia Z17 is one of the less exciting smartphones of this year. Although we’ve already seen it “accidentally” on the company’s official website, so far, not all of his specifications have been clear. Without any surprise AnTuTu comes to help.

The Benchmark platform revealed that the device will have 6 GB of RAM, not 4 GB, as claimed by an earlier GeekBench test, which is surprising. According to familiar sources ZTE Nubia Z17 will actually have two versions, but they will have 6 and 8GB of RAM instead of 4 and 6GB.

Both versions will be available with 128GB of built-in memory. The Nubia Z17 keeps its 1080p resolution from its predecessor, but is upgrading to the more powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and Android 7.1 Nougat operating system.

The device will also feature two 12-megapixel sensors on the back. At this stage it is not clear what will be the camera. ZTE has already introduced the Nubia Z17 Mini, so it’s only a matter of time that the main model will get an official premiere.

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