ZTE's Next Flagship Smartphone Rendered Images Leaked

By Prateek
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ZTE has launched a lot of high-end Nubia devices lately, but we haven't seen a flagship smartphone that isn't part of the Nubia line for ages. That seems to have been noticed by the Chinese company too, and it's apparently hard at work at a new top of the line ZTE handset that's Nubia-less for a later release.

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ZTE's Next Flagship Smartphone Rendered Images Leaked

Hence, it is no surprise to see that ZTE has been working on a new high end smartphone, and alleged renders of such a device has leaked out, where you can no doubt arrive at the conclusion that Apple's iPhone 6 certainly plays a role in inspiring its form factor.

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The alleged ZTE flagship is touted to sport an unibody metal construction, where there will be a camera at the back which is accompanied by dual-LED flash that is placed on where the iPhones carry it as well, while a plastic segment will occupy the upper portion of the handset's back, which holds the antennas.

ZTE's Next Flagship Smartphone Rendered Images Leaked

The front of the smartphone supposedly comes with 2.5D glass, which is all the rage right now. Thanks to that, the phone comes with nearly zero lateral bezels.

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There's only one logo, and it's housed on the back, while the front is devoid of brands. It also appears it doesn't sport capacitive Android buttons, which means it might come with software-rendered buttons instead.

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