Earlier this month we reported that ZTE were planning to launch a rival to the Samsung Galaxy S4 called the ZTE Apache. Now we've heard that they are planning to release the ZTE Nubia Z5 , which looks set to challenge Samsung's Galaxy Note 2.
According to fresh rumours , being reported by PocketNow, the ZTE Nubia N5 will be made official very soon in China. We presume it'll then go to launch across the world in the first quarter of 2013. So what we do know about the ZTE Nubia Z5 ?
Well, as the name implies it'll have a 5 inch touch-screen which will run at a resolution of 1920*1080 pixels. That'll put it firmly in competition with Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 and the other Android phablets currently on the market.
The ZTE Nubia Z5 will be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor and will have 2GB of RAM, while it'll also have a stunning 13 mega-pixel camera. The smartphone is just 7.6 mm thick which is very impressive for a device with such a high-end specification.
This Nubia's specificication stands up very well to Samsung's device and if ZTE undercuts the Korean companies smartphone we can see it proving succesful. 3G will bring you all the information about the ZTE Nubia Z4 as soon as we get it !
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