ZTE Nubia Z7 Images Leak Online Touting Metallic Body

Chinese smartphone maker ZTE has been long rumored to come up with a new handset called the ZTE Nubia Z7 this month. Looks like, the smartphone has been leaked in full glory ahead of launch via cnbeta. Reportedly, the leak has appeared online in a form of several images that shows the phone in all possible angles.

ZTE Nubia Z7 Images Leak Online Touting Metallic Body

Talking about the launch, the ZTE Nubia Z7 smartphone will be supposedly unveiled if not launched on July 8 in an event which will be held in Beijing. However, the phone doesn't come with anything special like the QHD display or additional sensors. But what it could probably offer is either the Snapdragon 801 or Snapdragon 805 processor.

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The smartphone comes with a 5.5-inch touchscreen display capable of delivering a full HD resolution. It is a thin smartphone measuring 8.5mm thickness and sports a metallic body. There would be 2GB of RAM to support the processor as well along with 16GB of internal memory. There would also be a microSD card slot for memory expansion.

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Chinese smartphone makers are pretty good in offering good camera modules. Thus, ZTE is no exception to that, so you will get an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5MP front facing shooter for making video calls.

Another aspect of the phone is that it features a 4G LTE connectivity support along with other regular options like dual-SIM capabilities, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and aGPS receiver.

However, there are not much information about the battery or the Android version but most probably, it will use KitKat OS. Nor the pricing of the handset is out yet.

If rumors are to be believed, then ZTE might launch the Nubia Z7 at a price of $560, which translates to Rs. 33,502.

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