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ZTE's giant premium brand Nubia rolls out the X6

The phone features a 13 megapixel camera setup for both front and back

Mar 26 2014, 11:57am CDT | by

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ZTE's giant premium brand Nubia rolls out the X6

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ZTE's giant premium brand Nubia rolls out the X6

Many of us hold a true belief that China somehow ends up getting all the good mobile phones and this has yet again proved to be the case with ZTE's premium Nubia brand which has just launched the X6; a handset-cum-tablet with a 6.44-inch, 1080p screen. Just as saw on Oppo's Find 7, this X6 has also been following the same track and has been adorned with all the high-fi features.

The phone runs on the Snapdragon 801 chip and has a good 3 GB in its RAM and has a a storage space of 128 GB which is going to leave your jaws hanging to the floor. The phone also runs for a great couple of hours with its 4,250 mAh battery. However, the most thought provoking part is the camera setup which features 13-megapixel cameras which is pretty rare for a non-monkey phone such as X6. Where we are used to having the front shooter slightly less resolution as compared to the back main setup, this is certainly going to leave us surprised that for the X6 camera setup, the front shooter matches the back camera pixel by pixel. This is sure to put many other smartphones out there to shame with backside illumination, video auto-focus and an f/2.2 lens. The front however is no less and features an f/2.0 lens, optical image stabilization and dual flashes. The phone is for the Chinese market alone and is available for pre order at a price of $HK 5,010, or around $640 for the top model.

source: engadget

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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