As expected, the ZTE Nubia Z5 was officially unveiled on December 25th in Beijing. The Nubia Z5 is a very capable high-end handset, and is quite a departure from the typically budget-oriented handsets offered by the Chinese-based device maker.
ZTE Nubia Z5 launching on December 26 after all, thank God the Mayans were wrong!
While this year’s December 21 shouldn’t have been awfully special, being just the pesky last workday before Christmas, the planets seemed to align in a very funny way, with three big events set to happen today.
ZTE set to debut the 5-inch Grand S with full HD display at CES 2013
While we’ve received confirmation that Samsung won’t be debuting the Galaxy S4 in January at CES 2013, it seems ZTE is more than eager to revel in the spotlight. As listed on CES website, ZTE is planning to impress the attendees on January 8 by unveiling its latest flagship handset that sports a 5-inch FHD display, the ZTE Grand S.
Rumor: ZTE Nubia Z5 to start selling on Christmas Day
While most of us Android enthusiasts in the West will probably take a break from technology on Christmas Day, spend some quality time with our families and check our stockings for presents from Santa, Chinese techies might get an unexpected treat come December 25.
ZTE’s Nubia Z5 goes full frontal in latest picture, shows off its 5-inch display
The ZTE Nubia Z5 was sort of announced back in October, but we didn’t get to learn more of its specs and design – save for the blurry back view of the phone. Answering the cry of many, ZTE has finally released one frontal picture of the Nubia Z5.
ZTE Nubia Z5 display compared to Galaxy S3 and iPhone 4S
Just two days ago, we saw some real-world images of the ZTE Nubia Z5 show up online. Frustratingly enough, they didn't show off a whole lot. Now we've got some images of the front of the device, but only a section of the screen.
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