The Chinese company ZTE has released its newest phablet, the ZTE Nubia X6, and although its size is the first thing that you notice, there is much more to it than that. But before we go check out the hardware, let’s talk a bit about the way the phone looks. The first photos of the ZTE Nubia X6 show it has a white all-alloy body with a silver back. The edges are slightly curved, but not like the ones on the new HTC One M8. The power and volume buttons are located on the right side of the phone. It has a thickness of only 7.9 mm which houses some impressive hardware while it can also hold two different micro-SIM cards, both of them fitted into one single slot. And on this note, let’s go see what the ZTE Nubia X6 hides underneath its case.
First of all, the device has a 6.44-inch Full HD screen, roughly the same size as the one on the Sony Xperia Z Ultra and easily one of the biggest out there. The screen has a pixel density of approximately 344 pixels-per-inch. The ZTE Nubia X6 is powered up by a Snapdragon 801 processor. There will apparently be two versions of the phone one with a 2.3 GHz processor and 32 GB of storage and one with a 2.5 GHz processor and 64 GB of internal storage space. The memory can be expanded to 128 GB via the microSD slot. The guys at ZTE also hooked it up with 3 GB of RAM.
But one of the main features of the ZTE Nubia X6 is its camera hardware. It does not only have a 13 MP main camera but another 13 MP front-facing one, to satisfy does of us keen on taking selfies. Both of these cameras are 5-lens setups. While the one on the front will have a BSI sensor and a f/2.2 aperture, the one on the back will have f/2.0 aperture. In terms of connectivity, it will boast NFC, Wi-FI and Bluetooth. For the moment it seems the ZTE Nubia X6 will only be launched in China but ZTE looks more and more willing to bring its products to other markets, such as the US and Europe.