ZTE Nubia Z7 expected to be a high-end 5-inch smartphone, first teaser image shows up

ZTE Nubia Z7 expected to be a high-end 5-inch smartphone, first teaser image shows up
Although it was believed that Nubia Z7 was just another name for the already announced ZTE Nubia X6, it turns out that the former moniker is actually reserved for a different device. 

ZTE is currently teasing the Nubia Z7 with a photo that shows a portion of its back side, revealing a camera with LED flash. The text accompanying the image reads “a little more beautiful” (in Chinese), suggesting that the upcoming handset will have a fashionable look. While this is all that ZTE is revealing for now, rumors have it that the Z7 will be a high-end device with a 5-inch display - thus being significantly smaller than the 6.4-inch Nubia X6. The new smartphone will probably run Android 4.4 KitKat with ZTE’s own software customization.

Released in China in May, the X6 became an instant hot seller, and, generally, Nubia-branded handsets have been successful since their introduction in 2013. This being said, it makes sense for ZTE to prepare the launch of a new member of the series: the Z7, which could be announced as soon as this month. 

source: Nubia (Weibo)

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4 Comments

1. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

"ZTE" and "high end" in the same sentence? LOL. GTFO.

2. roobs

Posts: 96; Member since: Mar 18, 2013

So according to you, only 'big names' can produce flagships?

3. alaw.14

Posts: 409; Member since: Sep 10, 2013

zte nubia z5s, nubia grand s2, and nubia x6 not familiar to you???

4. Ashoaib

Posts: 3243; Member since: Nov 15, 2013

Wow... chinese companies are coming with really cool specs and cool designs... I like the way rings are implanted around the camera and led.. if this red ring glows as well, it will look amazing

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