Nubia Z7 aka Nubia X, spy photos surface again showing 6.3-inch display


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Leaked spy photos of the Nubia Z7, aka Nubia X, show off new phablet sized 6.3-inch display.

ZTE’s Nubia brand are preparing to release their first all new phone since the company began over 12 months ago. The device, which will either be named the Nubia Z7 or Nubia X, is a larger phone than the current flagship Z5S with a phablet size display of 6.3-inches.

Leaked photos show that the Z7 isn’t dissimilar to the current Z5S in terms of design, only the size and specifications will be greatly improved. Specification details of the new phone are conflicting with some sources claiming Nubia have gone for an octacore processor while others claim a quad-core Snapdragon will make it’s home inside device. It is generally thought that the main camera will be either a 13 or 16 mega-pixel shooter with F2.0 aperture, the phone will boast 3GB RAM and support for 128GB SD cards and will run on popular 3G and 4G LTE networks.

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What are your thought of the new Nubia phone? Let us know below.

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5 Comments

  1. The Chosen One
    March 3, 2014

    If its and octa core with a FHD display + NFC with dual sim support and their 1st & 2nd production run prove to not have the hiccups that Zopo has had with their octa core offering then I may choose this unit after I see your review

    • kolyamba
      March 3, 2014

      Zopo is cheap chinese manufacturer from basement. And Nubia is premium series of ZTE, second manufacturer of China. I bet it’ll not have dual sim and will be running on Qualcomm, not Mediatek like Zopo.

      • March 3, 2014

        Is it really justified to be picking on Zopo? They are not a top tier manufacturer like Oppo, Meizu or Xiamei, nor are they a global powerhouse like ZTE or Huewei (both of which don’t make cutting edge phones).

        But Zopo is one of the best of the 2nd tier Chinese manufacturers. They deserve a bit of respect.

      • The Chosen One
        March 3, 2014

        Is this the same MediaTek that Qualcomm attempted to denegrate with a BS video bashing the nescessity of 8 fully operational cores in a smartphone then turned right around and announced allbeit late, their own 8 core processor to be developed when they saw that a top tier brand (Samsung) would be using SoC’s by MediaTek.

        So to echo Mr. Dave Weinstein’s reply in a single sentence;
        Don’t hate, appreciate!

  2. March 3, 2014

    What’s the screen resolution? 1920×1080, 2560×1440, or 2560×1600?

    Another thing to consider about Nubia is that they haven’t caught the hearts and minds of the xda-developers group. It’s not likely we’ll see ANY 3rd party ROM options for their devices.

    Oppo’s Find 7 and OnePlus’ “vaporphone” will have a LOT more 3rd part support. And it’s possible that Vivo’s upcoming international release of the Xplay 3S will get developer attention, since it will be the first shipping 2K phone.