Forthcoming ZTE Nubia Z9 Rumored To Come Packing 8GB of RAM

Good news if you're hoping to pick up a new high-end Android-powered handset: there's a supersonic monster that's destined to be unveiled from the house of ZTE, a well-known Chinese handset manufacturer.

First, ZTE is said to be preparing to unravel the Nubia Z9 on May 6 in China. According to some media reports, the phone is expected to flaunt 8GB of RAM inside that does something unheard of.

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Forthcoming ZTE Nubia Z9 Rumored To Come Packing 8GB of RAM

The handset has now appeared in TENNA, which is China's equivalent of the FCC, and the device comes with a 3.5GHz octa-core CPU with a cool 8GB of RAM. As Phone Arena notes, these are typos and the processor will have a clock speed of 2.5GHz. As for the amount of RAM, we can expect either 3GB or 4GB of RAM.

Forthcoming ZTE Nubia Z9 Rumored To Come Packing 8GB of RAM

As we heard previously the ZTE Nubia Z9 will come with updated cameras over the existing model, and the handset is rumored to a 16MP back camera alongside an 8MP front shooter. The handset offers dual SIM and LTE connectivity.

Forthcoming ZTE Nubia Z9 Rumored To Come Packing 8GB of RAM

So far, the Nubia Z9 has not been officially announced, but judging by details associated with the leaks, the device is expected to launch soon. The Chinese handset manufacturer is rumored to be making the Nubia Z9 official at their press event next week, which takes place on the 6th of May.

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