ZTE Nubia X6 Gets Certification in China
SHENZHEN, China – ZTE has unveiled its Android-based ZTE Nubia smartphone, ready to compete against the recently-launched HTC One M8.
Previously ZTE teased the Nubia X6 once or twice, making the industry speculate that it could be a phablet device. The recent filing at the FCC-equivalent of China, TENAA, shows a Nubia device put for certification, which is likely to be the Nubia X6.
The first pictures of the device show a few specs alongside. The ZTE Nubia X6 comes with a 6.44” 1080p full HD touchscreen, a quad-core 1.7GHZ clocked processor, 2GB RAM, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, 8MP rear and 5MP front-facing cameras, microSD support and various connectivity options such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, TD-LTE, GPS and TD-SCDMA. This shows that it is made for China’s biggest subscribed carrier, China Mobile.
The unlocked version of the ZTE Nubia X6 could be later available in U.S. At the moment, its big screen size suggests it to more of a tablet than phablet.