Chinese smartphone maker ZTE's hands must be quite slippery these days as the company's upcoming devices just keep slipping from its hands. Just a week ago, ZTE's alleged device Apollo leaked online and was said to come powered by Qualcomm's 64-Bit SoC. That was definitely a shocking news as there are very few smartphones running on the 64-Bit SOC.
However, this time one more device has hit the online world in the form of an image. This is not the same Apollo handset, but comes dubbed as the Star 1. The picture, which has been leaked shows off the design of the new handset.
According to the sources familiar to the matter, the Chinese manufacturer will focus on the unit's design during its marketing campaign. Sadly there are no details pertaining to the device's specs and features.
But guesses are that the phone would not be any bigger than 6-inch. Speculations hint at the devices' screen resolution at 1080 x 1920. The camera on back will feature a dual LED flash, and there is support for 4G connectivity. The back of the phone is made of glass, which means you need to hold on to it very tightly. Moreover, one of Qualcomm's premium chipsets in the series of Snapdragon 800 might be powering the handset.
Other details that have come to our notice is that the Star1 will use ZTE's multi-band technology, which covers 13 bands such as TDD-LTE, FDD-LTE,TD-SCDMA,GSM, WCDMA. The best part is that the device is LTE supported and the LTE bands covered will be TD-LTE 38/39/40 and FDD-LTE 7/3.