ZTE NX402 Nubia Z5 Mini gets its network license

The ZTE NX402, which is a similar model number to the one given to the original 5-inch Nubia Z5, popped up at the Chinese equivalent of the FCC where it has been given the green light to go on sale. The official filling states the phone will have a slightly smaller 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 display, 2GB rAM and a 1.5Ghz quad-core CPU. It remains to be seen if this phone will receive a Snapdragon chip of if it will be heading for the entry-level market with a Meidatek chip inside.

Other details include a 5 mega-pixel front camera, 8 mega pixel rear, and a micro SD card slot. No official word from ZTE but from what we have been hearing the Nubia Z5 mini (or whatever this phone becomes) will be priced to compete with the Xiaomi lineup at about 1999 Yuan.

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