2K Nubia Z7 receives network license in China, to go on sale soon!


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ZTE announced they Nubia Z7 range of phones a few months back but so far only the Nubia Z7 mini and Max have been available to buy, but soon the top of the range 2K version will be on sale.

The Nubia Z7 range of phones is arguably one of the most exciting ranges of flagship phones from a Chinese manufacturer in some time. Not only have Nubia managed to build their latest phones to a good price, but they have also managed to include dual sim, SD card on a phone boasting a Snapdragon 801 processor!

Nubia have been having a hard time keeping up with demand for their phones with the Z7 Mini and Z7 Max both selling like hotcakes, however many customers are patiently waiting to buy the flagship Nubia Z7 with 2560 x 1440 resolution display.

Were are not sure what the problem has been which has meant the Z7 flagship hasn’t launched yet, but it seems to have been fixed as the phone was spotted at TENAA earlier this week receiving a network license.

The Nubia Z7 is likely to be just as popular around the world as it’s more affordable brothers, however the delay in release has meant that rival phone makers are right on their heals, Meizu for one will also be releasing a 2K phone this month.

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We’ll keep you up to date with news of the Nubia Z7 and other flagship Chinese phones.

[ GizChina.it ]
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11 Comments

  1. Chico Migraña
    October 5, 2014

    Excelente!

  2. balcobomber25
    October 5, 2014

    I have had this phone for a few months now, it is amazing. I got mine through a client of mine who is a contractor for ZTE.

    • October 5, 2014

      Lucky you! i put my name on the waiting list in the Shenzhen store about 2.5 months ago!

      • balcobomber25
        October 5, 2014

        I still had to pay for it but got it for less than what retail will be.

        • Balcobomber25
          October 6, 2014

          I can sell it for 180usd with shipping.

          • Guest
            October 6, 2014

            Where are you located? and in what condition is the device? if you send an e-mail to Andi, he can give you my e-mail address. 😉

  3. October 5, 2014

    This is the new “bar” that I’ve set for devices. As a HK resident, Want a dual-SIM device, and I want LTE support for both HK and China. They’re not the first to offer the right FD-LTE and TD-LTE frequencies, but they are the first to do so with dual-SIM slots. In fact, I’d actually like a 3rd slot for my BKK SIM (LTE Band 1).

    Nubia has 3 devices now that suit my purposes, the X6, Z7, and Z7 Max. And the Z7 is clearly the best of the devices.

    Vivo’s Xplay 3S and the OnePlus One, were close, but need to swap SIMs when crossing the border, and calls are missed with the “other” SIM card is not in the phone.

  4. dutchgio
    October 5, 2014

    I wonder if they will spread out stock android + extra features/apps for the Z7 series, as they announced to stop with a custom skin but switch to stock Android with extra features.

    • balcobomber25
      October 6, 2014

      When did they announce they would stop using Nubia UI?

  5. NightSurfer
    October 6, 2014

    I’ve have waited long enough for this phone to become
    available since it was announced last July. I guess its too late, I cant stand
    to wait more months for this phone to be become available in my country
    specially if other flagships like ascend mate 7, xperia z3, vibe z2 pro, iphone
    6, nexus 6 and note 4 will be available this month or next month. Too bad, ZTE did
    not provide time frame for the availability and they announced the product
    prematurely disappointing most prospect buyers.

    • October 6, 2014

      Which country? If you look at the TD-LTE and FD-LTE frequencies it supports, with it’s dual-SIM LTE, it’s meant to be an irresistible device for Hong Kong/Shenzhen residents. Or really anyone that goes back and forth from Singapore/Hong Hong/Bangkok to mainland China.

      It doesn’t have the wide support for other LTE bands to be generally useful in other places.