Nubia X6 Long Exposure photos, plus spy images


10 days from now Nubia will launch the Nubia X6, a device we have learned today will feature a long exposure camera.

Long exposure is a feature many smartphone owners look for on flagship phones now. The feature, found on the Xiaomi Mi3, [easyazon_link asin=”B00HSG1T90″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” nofollow=”default” tag=”gizchicom-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” popups=”default”]Oppo N1[/easyazon_link], and others, enables the user to capture great night photos with excellent detail and great looking light streak effects.

The below images are purported to have been taken with the Nubia X6 phablet, which also has OIS (optical image stabilisation) on the main camera.

In addition to the photo sample more purported leaked photos of the device have turned up, however the device in these images looks very different from the we have seen in the Nubia X6 teaser released by ZTE earlier in the month.

The Nubia X6 will be released on 25th March in Beijing, and is expected to also get a 6-inch, 2K display, 1.3mm thick bezels and a Snapdragon 800 processor.

nubia x6

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8 Comments

  1. PoopStain
    March 15, 2014

    long exposure pics are nice, but the spy photos look nothing like the rendered banner below. maybe a fake?

  2. PoopStain
    March 15, 2014

    long exposure pics are nice, but the spy photos look nothing like the rendered banner below. maybe a fake?

    • Dave Weinstein
      March 17, 2014

      or maybe a REALLY early prototype…

  3. Ben Liu
    March 15, 2014

    Hey GizChina.. when you post sample pics (including leaked pics like this), can you please ensure they are the original size as opposed to a scaled or cropping? It is very hard to see how “good” the quality is unless you actually zoom up close to see the amount of noise to the overall picture. Scaling it to your sizes does not allow for this to happen. Also, keeping the original EXIF would be nice as well to see the original picture’s specifications.

  4. March 15, 2014

    How old are the low light photos? The photos are of the Las Vegas Strip! Considering that ZTE is in Shenzhen and the most likely time that they were in Las Vegas was at CES on Jan 5th, it seems like ages between when the photos were taken and now (considering that its a device in development).

    Hopefully we’ll get some more details soon. We still don’t know the LTE frequencies, RAM/ROM size, processor speed, battery size, etc.

  5. Ben Liu
    March 15, 2014

    Hey GizChina.. when you post sample pics (including leaked pics like this), can you please ensure they are the original size as opposed to a scaled or cropping? It is very hard to see how “good” the quality is unless you actually zoom up close to see the amount of noise to the overall picture. Scaling it to your sizes does not allow for this to happen. Also, keeping the original EXIF would be nice as well to see the original picture’s specifications.

  6. Dave Weinstein
    March 16, 2014

    How old are the low light photos? The photos are of the Las Vegas Strip! Considering that ZTE is in Shenzhen and the most likely time that they were in Las Vegas was at CES on Jan 5th, it seems like ages between when the photos were taken and now (considering that its a device in development).

    Hopefully we’ll get some more details soon. We still don’t know the LTE frequencies, RAM/ROM size, processor speed, battery size, etc.