ZTE Nubia Z9 caught running Windows 10

ZTE Nubia Z9 caught running Windows 10
Yesterday, we showed you a few photos of a Xiaomi MI 4 running Windows 10 Technical Preview (as part of an experimental program initiated by Microsoft and Xiaomi). Now, we can see Windows 10 running on another handset that's normally based on Android: the ZTE Nubia Z9.

As you may know, the Nubia Z9 hasn't been properly announced yet, but ZTE will officially presented it next week, on March 26

The Windows 10-based Nubia Z9 was spotted in China, at the event where Microsoft announced that the new version of its OS would be released in 190 countries and 111 languages starting this summer. While Xiaomi said that it won't really manufacture Windows 10 handsets, it's not clear what ZTE's plans regarding Microsoft's new Windows are. In any case, the regular Nubia Z9 will certainly run Android at launch (Android 5.0 Lollipop, to be exact).

ZTE will likely release the Nubia Z9 as a successor to last year's Nubia Z7. The new handset seems to be powered by Qualcomm's octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor, and it could sport a Quad HD display of around 5.2 inches. We'll bring more about the Nubia Z9 once ZTE announces it.


source: MyDrives (translated) via GizChina

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