The ZTE Nubia W5 does seem to want to create history, as up till now, there has been no Windows Phone-powered smartphone that came with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor underneath the hood, so you can more or less expect just what the ZTE Nubia W5 will arrive with.
Granted, to see a Snapdragon 801 processor in the ZTE Nubia W5 remains but a rumor at this point in time, with time eventually revealing this rumor as either the truth or for what it is. However, one cannot discount the excitement that builds up, with other whispered hardware specifications concerning the ZTE Nubia W5 to include 3GB RAM, 64GB of internal memory, a 13MP camera at the back with Optical Image Stabilization, 4G support, and a rather generous 4,500mAh battery which ought to be able to last the distance, and then some.
Who knows? This might very be ZTE’s flagship model when it comes to Windows Phone handsets from the Chinese manufacturer. We do wonder whether the ZTE Nubia W5, should it be realized, will be released in the US or not instead of it rolling out in its own country alone. Do you think Nokia has something to worry about with the emergence of ZTE in the Windows Phone platform?