ZTE Rumored to Plan a 6.3-Inch Nubia Z7 Smartphone

The handset should sport an eight-core chipset, 16MP camera

ZTE’s Nubia Z5 is one of the most appealing devices of this quarter, yet it seems that it might soon be bested by another high-end smartphone coming from ZTE themselves, dubbed Nubia Z7.

Rumor has it that the new device will sport only the latest in mobile technology, which makes us a bit suspicious about the possibility that the handset might indeed prove to be that good.

However, since there’s always a chance that these rumors pan out, even if not to the fullest, we’ll offer a view of the alleged specs on the handset.

ZTE might pack the new device with a 6.3-inch display, which would allow it to take the title of world’s largest Android device from Huawei’s Ascend Mate, and will also significantly boast the resolution of the screen.

Nubia Z7 is said to be able to deliver a 2560 × 1440 pixels resolution, supported by the eight-core chipset packed inside it: a quad-core Cortex A15 and a quad-core A7 1.4GHz processor.

The handset is also expected to land on shelves with a Mali-T658 GPU inside, as well as with support for up to 128GB of external storage space.

A 16-megapixel photo snapper might have been packed on the handset’s back, with LED flash, auto focus and 1440p video recording capabilities.

4G LTE will also be included on the phone’s specs list, along with Bluetooth, MHL, NFC, and a 4,000mAh battery to power them all.

ZTE is also rumored to have selected Google’s upcoming Android 5.0 operating system flavor to power the new smartphone.

Many of the specs listed above appear to have been attached to an enthusiast’s vision of ZTE’s next-gen Nubia handset rather than to an actual device, so we’ll take them with a grain of salt for the time being.

However, given the high-end technology that companies such as Sony, Samsung and ZTE themselves have started to pack inside their latest Android phones, it should not come too much as a surprise if the rumored Nubia Z7 indeed sports the aforementioned specs.

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