To boost their presence in the Smartphones market, popular Chinese phone maker (but little known in the rest of the world) ZTE introduced the very first devices in their new premium Nubia range earlier this year. Looks like the lineup will be getting an update soon.
According to a new report, ZTE is preparing the successor to the flagship ZTE Nubia, and is expected to release the same in November. That puts a less than five-month gap between two flagships. But what the hell, whatever gets the cash flowing (inwards). Also, the new Nubia will reportedly be powered by Qualcomm's all-powerful Snapdragon 800 quad-core SoC. But honestly, it's the features beyond just having a powerful chipset that will ultimately matter to the end users, so let's hope for something innovative (like the recently announced Oppo N1 with a swivel-based camera).
|Topics||Snapdragon 800, ZTE, Chinese Phone Maker, Nubia, ZTE Nubia|