ZTE's Nubia Z7 May Actually Be The Nubia X6

The next device in the Nubia Line from ZTE could see its release under a different name. Earlier today ZTE began to tease what we thought would be the Nubia Z7, which now looks to be called the Nubia X6. ZTE uploaded the image along with the info of the new name up to their Weibo account, and while the image doesn't give any information out, we do get to see a picture of the device that is being teased, which has a rather thin profile and a silver rim.

This wasn't the only image to pop up showing a leaked image of what appears to be the Nubia X6, as another photo was posted up on another Chinese website mtksj. This image is a little bit different then the teaser posted up by ZTE themselves, and shows off the front face of the new device. So far there is no telling whether or not the Nubia Z7 and X6 are the same phone or not, but the closer we get to the release more details will undoubtedly sprout up for some more debate. With announcements and speculations that a new ZTE device is slated for a release sometime this month, we may come to know more details about the Nubia Z7/X6 sooner then we think. As for specs of this device, it's said to have a quad-core processor on the inside, the Snapdragon 801 to be more precise, and also come with either 2GB or 3GB of RAM. It's expected to have Android 4.4+ Kit Kat running out of box with at least a 13MP camera, (possible 16MP) and possibly have a quad HD display. These specs don't sound too bad but of course we'll probably never see this device stateside, and it's more likely that it will stay within its home market of China.

As tech geeks and people who generally just find new smartphones and mobile devices interesting, the Nubia Z7/X6 has definitely intrigued us here at Android Headlines. Hopefully we'll learn a little more details here in the coming weeks, like storage options, colors, and of course price. There are still no official outs from ZTE about any of the specs confirming these rumors, but it shouldn't be long before things come to light. 

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