The Nubia M2 Lite features a 5.5-inch TFT HD display with 720×1280 resolution and a pixel density of 267 ppi. The phone comes with 2.5D arc glass on the front. The screen could be a disappointing factor as many smartphones under this price bracket offer a full HD screen. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 for instance and even the Moto G5 bear a 1920×1280 resolution display with a pixel density of 401ppi and 441ppi respectively.
The display on the Nubia M2 Lite gives an average viewing experience. The colour reproduction is decent but red tint across the entire screen is very evident. Besides, the brightness on the phone is not consistent and it becomes hard to consume content in bright day light and in low light situation as well. The colours aren’t crisp outdoors and tend to be a bit over-saturated. The device does offer the option to tweak and adjust the colour Under the Display Settings, the ‘Screen display preferences’. Under this setting, you get to choose from three preset profiles for both hue and saturation. The Soft mode in Saturation and Cool tone in Hue delivers a decent balance in the colour contrast However, the other modes rather makes the colour appear warmer.
Moreover, the glossy curved glass adds to reflectance and it becomes difficult to watch videos under bright light. Overall, we would say that Nubia could have offered a display with a better resolution and better control over the reflectiveness. Given its price point, users might opt for devices which have more than an average display and comes with similar configuration such as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4.