The ZTE Nubia Z5 could be another monster in the smartphone market, giving its rivals a run for their money. The device may not be as large as the Samsung Galaxy Note II screen, but should be much cheaper.
The unit is rumored to be launching in China soon, but could make its appearance further abroad subsequently. ZTE has made devices for networks in the past, could it be a network branded phone in the UK? Even if the device releases here in its own right, the Nubia Z5 should still be a reasonably priced offering in a knowing network’s range.
When it does launch, the device is expected to be equipped with a 5 inch 1080p screen, the most recent version of the Android for the Operating System, a Quad Core S4 Pro chip, 2 GB RAM and a 13 Megapixel camera. Probably budget in terms of price, but certainly not in features. It also all sits perfectly into a justly slim 7.66 mm casing, so a stylish contender too.
As we mentioned above, the device is expected to make its appearance in China later this month, with a possible European appearance in early 2013. It could be a busy time for ZTE, with talk of a Windows Phone 8 smartphone with a gigantic 5.9 inch screen also being in the manufactures. Even if that is much more of a rumor, compared to the validity of the Nubia Z5 launch.