MWC 2015: Hands-On With ZTE's High-End Phablet, The Nubia X6


ZTE has introduced their Grand S3 handset at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a device which features EveVerify's EyePrint ID biometric solution. We've already covered the launch of that device, and got some hands-on time with ZTE's flagship, the Nubia Z7. It's time to take a look at one other ZTE-branded device, the Nubia X6 which launched in March 2014 and is available since April. This phablet is on display at ZTE's MWC booth where were able to get some hands-on time with it, as you can see in a bunch of images down below. Check out those images if you'd like to take a closer look at the Nubia X6's design and what not, and we'll talk a little bit about this device's specs.

The Nubia X6 is a rather odd device, this is a phablet handset which sports a huge screen on the front, a 6.44-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) IPS LCD panel. This handset comes in two variants, the one with 2GB of RAM, and the higher-end 3GB RAM variant. As far as storage options go, the 2GB variant is available with 32 and 64GB of internal storage, while the 3GB variant comes in only the 128GB flavor. Anyhow, this thing sports a 13-megapixel snapper on the back (OIS, dual-LED flash), and a 13-megapixel shooter on its front side. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 quad-core processor is powering on this device, and the device ships with a non-removable 4,250mAh battery. The Nubia X6 measures 179.5 x 89 x 7.9mm and weighs 215 grams. This is a dual-SIM device which comes with support for 4G LTE connectivity.


The ZTE Nubia X6 is the company's high-end phablet which is available in White and Gold color options, and prices will vary depending on where you purchase this thing, keep in mind that it's not cheap though. Let us know if you like this phablet in the comments.

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