ZTE, one of the smartphone manufacturers from China who are now starting to make its presence felt worldwide, has mentioned that they have plans to introduce a new flagship device for the masses later this November. This particular flagship smartphone will run on the Snapdragon 800 processor, and will obviously target the high end market. If the name Nubia sounds familiar to you, that is because right now, the ZTE Nubia Z5 and Nubia Z5 Mini have been released already, so it is not surprising to see them concentrate on the Nubia name to introduce a new flagship this November at best, and early December at worst.
Not only that, it does seem that the new flagship will continue from where the Nubia Z5 left off. So far, hints of the hardware specifications of this alleged upcoming Nubia flagship device include a Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor that will in all probability be the MSM8974AB model, in addition to improvements made to the camera as well as other user interface features. Will the upcoming flagship be able to take the title of the thinnest 5” Full HD smartphone when it arrives? Perhaps, considering how its predecessor did so in the past. Pricing details obviously remain to be known.
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