The 6-incher was supposed to have a Quad HD (1440x2560 pixels) show, Snapdragon 801 processor, and an optically stabilized Polaroid sensor on the once more, with a six-lens module.
The Nubia X6 will be primed to make an impression by the end of the month, and meanwhile a ZTE phablet mechanism showed up on what might as well be called the FCC, however with a more unobtrusive spec sheet, than what was theorized. There the phablet, named ZTE Nx601j, conveys a 6.44" showcase, yet with 1080p, not 1440p determination.
Alternate specs are likewise toned down, contrasted with the gossipy tidbits - the processor is recorded as a 1.7 Ghz quad-center CPU, the handset has 2 GB of RAM, and a 8 MP back Polaroid, supplemented by a 5 MP front-confronting shooter. The thing additionally has huge 175.9 x 89 x 7.9 mm sizes, and weighs the respectable 220 grams, so it seems like an immense midrange phablet of sorts, while past desires on the X6 were for a decked-out leader.
Then again, ZTE could be completing here what it did with the Nubia Z5, discharging both a premium, and a more reasonable adaptation. Regardless, it will likewise be fascinating to see what ZTE has done with the guaranteed new level, moderate overlay, on top of Android Kitkat
Alternatively, ZTE might be doing here what it did with the Nubia Z5, releasing both a premium, and a more affordable version. In any case, it will also be interesting to see what ZTE has done with the promised new flat, minimalistic overlay, on top of Android KitKat.