The act of taking self-portrait photos using your front-facing camera and then uploading them to the web is a practice that’s pretty common everywhere in the globe, but there’s little denying that China in particular seems to be a big fan of selfies. That’s probably why most of the phones coming out of China have front-facing cameras with megapixel counts in the 5+ range.
With that in mind, ZTE’s upcoming Numbia X6 is about to blow all other front-facing cameras out of the water. The handset packs a whopping 13MP shooter on the front, with backside illumination and f/2.2 lens. On the back, you’ll also find a 13MP shooter though it has a f/2.0 lens, optical imagine stabilization and dual flash technology.
Moving past the crazy front camera, the rest of the specs are equally high-end. The Nubia X6 offers a Snapdragon 801 CPU with 3GB of RAM, and has storage options up to 128GB. There’s also a 6.44-inch display with a 1920×1080 resolution and a massive 4250 mAh battery.
Probably to nobody’s surprise, ZTE has yet to announce any plans for the handset outside of China, though it’s certainly possible the device could eventually make its way to other markets in Asia, and perhaps even to Europe. Odds are it will never make it way to North America, though.
For those in China, the handset is currently up for pre-order for HK5010, or roughly $645.78. What do you think, if the handset actually made it to your local market — would you be interested or not?