Nubia m2 Lite review: Stylish, but will struggle against competition
Nubia has been bringing in some very interesting phones into the Indian market of late. However, in the noise-filled smartphone segment it has not really been able to make its voice heard. The latest from the company is a budget phone called the nubia m2 Lite. Here is our review of the phone.
Nubia m2 Lite
The nubia m2 Lite is a stylish looking budget phone, aimed at the segment that is seeing the maximum volume traction in India at the moment. Our review unit came with a black and gold colour combination, that is both unique and suave. The nubia red dot is visible around the camera, on the home button and even the virtual buttons that flank it.
The phone has a subtle matte finish on the back, and 2.5D glass on the front that flows into the chiselled metallic edges on the sides.
Specs: 5.5-inch HD display | Mediatek 6750 quad-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz | 4GB RAM+ 32 GB storage (expandable to 128GB) | 13MP rear camera + 16 MP ISOCELL CMOS front camera with LED Flash | 3000 mAh battery| See full specifications of the phone here.
What is good?
The phone is among the more good-looking ones in this price bracket and might appeal to those who want to stand out in the crowd. It appeals to a wider range of users with its mix of bling (with the gold plated edges) and black.
Nubia has been pushing the envelope when it comes to what it can load in its camera app. The company is bringing some of these features of the budget segment too, and this is among the few phones that has a full Pro mode at this price range. But even if we overlook that, the m2 Lite has a pretty good camera, certainly among the fastest in this range. It works well in low light too and you can manage good photos if you have a steady hand.