ZTE has already scheduled the Nubia Z9 event for March 26th, and the leaks just keep on coming. The company will quite probably announce the Nubia Z9, Nubia Z9 Mini and Nubia Z9 Max during their event, similar to what they did last year actually. The Nubia Z9 line will succeed the company’s Nubia Z7 line which launched in July 2014. This China-based smartphone OEM has already quietly showcased the Nubia Z9 Max during MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona, but hasn’t announced it during the show.
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That being said, we have a bunch of new leaked images to share with you. A well-known leaker, @leaksfly, shared some new alleged Nubia Z9 and Nubia Z9 Mini images with the public. You’ll find five images in the gallery down below. The first three images are reportedly showing off the Nubia Z9, you can check out parts of the device here. The first image is showing a part of the back side of the device where you can see the metallic trim around the device and what seem to be glass on the back. The second image seems to be this device’s chassis, and the third one will give you a good look at the device’s dual SIM card slots. One of these slots might actually be a microSD card slot actually, we’ll find out in about a week.
The last two images down below show off another Nubia-branded device, it seems to be the Nubia Z9 Mini, though we can’t be sure at this point. You can see the device’s back and front side from an angle. The Nubia Z9 Mini is expected to sport a 5-inch display, in case you were wondering. This handset is also expected to offer premium build and powerful specs, just like the Nubia Z9 and Nubia Z9 Mini. Speaking of specs, the Nubia Z9 and Z9 Max will quite probably be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 SoC, sport 3 or 4GB of RAM and will sport a 5.5-inch 1080p or QuadHD display on the front. The whole Nubia Z9 line will ship with almost certainly ship with Android Lollipop pre-installed with ZTE’s custom Android skin on top of Google’s OS.