Chinese handset vendor ZTE is yet another company looking to enter the segment of large smartphones, and the newly unveiled ZTE Z5 is one of the first phones it will launch in this regard.
The new device was unveiled today as the first smartphone in the company’s new Nubia lineup of high-end handsets, and should become available for purchase sometime in December.
At the moment, ZTE
is the fourth-largest smartphone maker in the world, and it appears set to strengthen its position with the release of new products.
The newly announced ZTE Z5 will be able to provide users with appealing performance capabilities, courtesy of a quad-core processor packed inside, Engadget reports
Moreover, it will deliver a great viewing experience, since it was packed with a 5-inch display that might boast an HD resolution.
On the back, the smartphone features a 13-megapixel photo snapper, most probably with support for full HD video recording. A front camera should also be available in the package, so that users could make video calls while on the go.
The handset is expected to run under Google’s Android operating system and it should keep users connected easily to various services available for them.
is aiming at providing its customers with new devices that will rely on the cloud, and the aforementioned Nubia lineup points exactly at that.
The new ZTE Z5 was confirmed to arrive on shelves in China sometime in December, but it might also be present on the floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in early 2013. No specific info on whether the handset will be released in other markets has been provided as of now.
What’s interesting to note is that ZTE’s new mobile phone comes with about the same specs as Huawei’s recently unveiled Ascend D2, which will debut in the beginning of the next year.