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On screen, Nubia has chosen to do away with the stock Android experience in favor of version 4.0 of its own overlay, which despite the company’s best efforts doesn’t entirely feel like an improvement.

Built upon Android 6.0.1, it’s reminiscent of the skins you’ll find on Huawei and ZTE handsets, with the removal of the app drawer meaning all your applications are found on home screens, all wrapped up in a cutesy app icon design that borders on childish.

The number of menus, sub-menus and features are a little bewildering, and whilst some folk will enjoy fiddling and customizing their phone to the Nth degree, to most casual users it’s all just a little frustrating and far-removed from stock Android. The whole experience is worsened further by dodgy translations from the native Chinese in apps and menus, making it feel a little cheaper.

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On screen, Nubia has chosen to do away with the stock Android experience in favor of version 4.0 of its own overlay, which despite the company’s best efforts doesn’t entirely feel like an improvement.

Built upon Android 6.0.1, it’s reminiscent of the skins you’ll find on Huawei and ZTE handsets, with the removal of the app drawer meaning all your applications are found on home screens, all wrapped up in a cutesy app icon design that borders on childish.

The number of menus, sub-menus and features are a little bewildering, and whilst some folk will enjoy fiddling and customizing their phone to the Nth degree, to most casual users it’s all just a little frustrating and far-removed from stock Android. The whole experience is worsened further by dodgy translations from the native Chinese in apps and menus, making it feel a little cheaper.