A few days ago we reported on a render of the ZTE Nubia Z5 Mini as it prepared to hit the Chinese market. The device is now available in China after being officially launched by ZTE. Several colors choices are available for the back plate on the Nubia Z5 Mini which is selling for 1,888 CNY ($308 USD). » Read the rest
A recent image discovered by a Chinese source shows a ZTE Nubia Z5 Mini, ZTE’s answer to the “mini” device market. Even though many of our readers are unlikely to get their hands on ZTE devices, in markets like China where they are a major player, ZTE seems to be following an increasingly common pattern. First they introduce a new, large, flagship device. In ZTE’s case, it was the ZTE Nubia Z5 released in the Chinese market earlier this year. A few months later, they are back with a smaller version of the device, the ZTE Nubia Z5 Mini. » Read the rest
ZTE, the manufacturer of the $160 quad-core smartphone, will soon launch the Nubia Z5 and pictures of the device have already been leaked. The device suspiciously looks like an HTC One X with its matte white coloring and unibody design. Since we’re merely dealing with a few leaked photos here, it doesn’t reveal anything on the specs front but we do know the device will sport a 5-inch, 1080p display while rocking a 13MP rear camera. We do know, by looking at the photos, that it’ll be even thinner than an iPhone 5,which if you’re familiar with that device, is a massive feat considering this bad-boy is rocking four cores. ZTE’s goal was to compete with the likes of Nokia, HTC and Apple, and I don’t see how they won’t at least make it interesting with this offering. Quality and reliability will most likely be the deciding factors. We’ll find out more when it’s launched in December.