New ZTE handset surfaces wearing dual-cameras on back and thin bezels in front

New ZTE handset surfaces wearing dual-cameras on back and thin bezels in front
Images of a new ZTE handset have surfaced showing a phone with thin bezels, rounded corners and dual cameras on the back. Also on the back is a dual LED flash. On the right you will find the power and volume buttons, with the SIM slot on the left. The microUSB port is on the bottom along with the unit's speaker.

This model appears after the unveiling of the ZTE Nubia Z9, which took place earlier this month. The latter model can currently be pre-ordered from online retailer Oppomart. The regular version with 3GB of RAM is priced at $649 and the elite model with 4GB of RAM is $100 more. The bezel-less edges of the screen can be employed by the user to activate certain features like the shutter on the camera. Using different gestures on the the glass where the bezels would ordinarily be allow you to take a screen shot, switch which active app appears on the screen, control the volume, make the display brighter, and more. Considering that the mystery device in the new photos also is close to being border free, we could see the same technology employed on this unit as well.

We don't have a name, specs, pricing or availability for this handset. But what we do have are the photos, which you might find enticing. Check them out by clicking on the slideshow below.

via: GizmoChina



1. WAusJackBauer

Posts: 456; Member since: Mar 22, 2015

ZTE don't seem too bad, infact they have a really good phone, the Blade S6, but I've heard it's got GPS problems which to me is a deal breaker. Read a couple of other reviews of the Blade S6 and people complain of issues.

2. Chuck007

Posts: 1419; Member since: Mar 02, 2014

Actually looks kinda stylish next to an iPhone. I like it.

3. waddup121 unregistered

ok ok

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