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Leaked images of a powerpoint presentation show a 5000mAh battery powering the Nubia N1

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Leaked images of a powerpoint presentation show a 5000mAh battery powering the Nubia N1
Gone are the days when a 3300mAh battery was seen as being "massive." That was the capacity of the cell found inside the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX which was released early in 2012. Now, there is even a handset that carries a 10,000mAh battery inside. That would be the Oukitel K10000. But aside from offbeat brands like Oukitel, battery capacity is topping out at about 4000mAh, and even that sized cell is not seen often.

Today, a series of slides surfaced on Weibo showing off what might have been an in-house powerpoint presentation of the Nubia N1. This surfaces less than a week after the unveiling of the Nubia Z11. According to the slides, the Nubia N1 will be powered by a 5000mAh juicer, which should allow users to enjoy long lasting battery life.

Other specs revealed by the powerpoint presentation include a 5.5-inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. Under the hood is a MediaTek Helio P10 chipset which carries an octa-core CPU and the Mali-T860 GPU. 3GB of RAM is inside the handset, along with 64GB of native storage. A fingerprint sensor could be available on the back of the phone, along with a 13MP rear-facing shooter.

The Nubia N1 will be priced at the equivalent of $255 USD. No word yet on when we might see the phone unveiled. You can checkout the leaked images by clicking on the slideshow below.


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via Mobipicker, XiaomiToday

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