Images Of Purported ZTE Nubia X8 Leaked With Detailed Key Features

It’s the Nubia Z9 arrived with all its bezel-less glory earlier this month, ZTE is now a bit busy working on the next-generation Nubia X7 successor. New images and details of the next Nubia X series smartphone were spotted on Weibo, which is the most popular, Chinese  Twitter-like micro-blogging website. Published some photos of what we are allegedly specified a new Nubia X8. Details on this buzz can be found right after this jump.

ZTE’s next Nubia X handset could be a high-end handset. Dubbed ZTE Nubia X8, images of the phone were apparently removed from an official website, but nevertheless, not before some information were grabbed already. Expected to bring with it a larger Memory and internal storage as well on-board, alongside an expandable microSD card support.


The purported Nubia X8 is said to sport a massive 6-inch display and pack a slim unibody design, which could resemble the HTC One Max-esque and one of the images although shows a fingerprint sensor under the main camera lens.

With a 7.9mm thickness, the Nubia X8 shown in the images will pack a 4GB of of LPDDR3 RAM is inside along with 32GB/64GB of internal storage. Details however are reportedly spotted on the company’s website does carry a mockup/rendered Nubia X8 placeholder, and though its unclear if they are the real deal for the primetime. And with a massive 5120mAh battery keeps the phone running for a long time,

The Nubia X8 features dimensions of 162mm × 75mm × 7.9 mm compared to the already launched Droid Turbo with 64GB ROM version with 11.2mm thick. Android 5.0 is pre-installed on the unit, which offers 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Release date time frame as well as how much its would be priced is unknown at the far moment, but its could be available in two color options for buyers; Black and Gold.

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