The new ZTE Nubia X6 has a 6.4-inch 1080p HD display, impressive phone. The specs are impressive, but 6.44-inch phablet is really pushing the boundaries to its limit. No mention of LTE, but I guess that it wouldn’t be compatible with the frequencies in the U.S.
ZTE Nubia X6 key features:
13 megapixel rear and front camera
6.4-inch 1080p HD display
Snapdragon 801 processor
3GB of RAM
128GB of storage
4,250 mAh battery
Other than possibly having a better camera I still like my Sony Xperia Z Ultra better. I say posibly on the camera because moe megapixels does not always mean better pictures. I think the Z Ultra is a beautiful and well built phone.
Source: Engadget Chinese Via: Engadget
The Press says that the ZTE Grand Memo II LTE with 6-inch display will be announced at MWC. The Open C runs run on Firefox OS 1.3 in partnership with Mozilla and Telefonica.
The ZTE Nubia 5s has a 5-inch 1080p LCD display a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM, 13 megapixel rear camera and 2,300mAh battery. Quite small battery , the only downside.. and how about rom support? – that is to be found out.
ZTE Blade Q series just look like Samsung Galaxy phones. I assume it’s a MTK6572, i.e a dual core Cortex A7. Performance should be slow but sufficient for most. Price should be less than $100. The
Why is the battery on ZTE Blade Q Mini version only 1500mAh. It’s like batteries are a rare kind of material that only grows in 1 place on earth. PLace a 2000mAh like a real man, I can’t do nothing with 1500mAh.
The new ZTE Open will be available on eBay US and UK, the phone is priced at $79.99 (￡59.99). As a prepaid phone at that price its not bad. Considering this phone is a top html5 compliant phone. Also consider this IE on WP or desktop is one of the least html5 compliant browsers out there. For the price as a back up phone a hard maybe, but then again I’d rather spend a little more for a nice and smooth lag free Nokia 510 with all the Nokia’s good stuff in it.
Source: ZTE, via Engadget
At a mere €69 it’s incredibly cheap, the first Firefox OS phone – ZTE Open. Its another OS option for carriers and smartphone makers to make something inexpensive. Low-end Android phones don’t really work all that well. Firefox OS phones work OK, and they use the web for apps etc, so it’s extremely easy (compared to Android, iOS etc) to make an app for it.