Just two days back when the HTC One M8 was launched, Chinese Manufacturer ZTE also launched its Nubia X6 in Beijing, China. It is said the Nubia X6 has the most spectacular device from ZTE till date and it really comes with a amazing build quality and some impressive specs. Lets us take a look at the specs the device offers!

Nubia X6-1

The Nubia X6 is basically a phablet that sports a 6.44inch display with OGS display with 1920×1080 pixels resolution and 341ppi density and the bezels have been squeezed from each side. Further, the device bakes the latest Snapdragon 801 chipset clacking at 2.5GHZ. The Nubia X6 is just 7.9mm thin and comes in an alloy body but still it supports two micro SIMS. This credit goes to the ZTE engineers who have designed a SIM tray to accommodate both SIMS. Even being this slimmer, the battery life of 4,250mAh is fairly decent, sufficient and enough to power the Snapdragon processor.

The camera is equally very impressive as ZTE seems to have good amount of attention to it. The primary camera is 13MP with f2.0 aperture along with OIS (optical image stabilization). The camera uses a 5 lens arrangement that allows user to take some high quality images. The company has offered an unmatched same 13MP 5 lens arrangement camera at the fron side too! This is really something that is not usual!

The device offers an broader spectrum of network support that includes FDD-LTE, TD-LTE, EVDO, CDMA, WCDMA, GSM and TD-SDCMA networks and the most attractive part is that the device comes unlocked meaning it can work on any network. It even offers broader connectivity like Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, dual-band Wi-Fi, LTE (including China-specific LTE), 3G, USB 3.0 with OTG and 3 microphones for noise cancellation.


The ZTE Nubia X6 is available in three variants where 32GB 2.3GHz processor is priced for CNY 3,000, 64GB 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801processor priced for CNY 3500 and the 128GB priced for CNY 4,000.

With all these that we have seen we are now eagerly waiting for the ZTE Grand S ext with curved display that we spotted earlier.