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ZTE's Nubia Z5 1080p Android smartphone said to be better than Galaxy S III

10 December 2012
Tags: Android, HTC, Samsung, LG, iPhone, Jelly Bean

We first spotted this handset a few weeks ago, when ZTE leaked an image that showed its display compared to the screens of Samsung's Galaxy S III and of the iPhone 4S.

ZTE's Nubia Z5 1080p Android smartphone said to be better than Galaxy S III

Today, we stumbled upon a proper photo, revealing a white version of the Nubia Z5. We also have confirmation of the future specs for this smartphone - a 5 inch display with 1920 x 1080 pixels, 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, and a 7.6mm thin case.

ZTE's Nubia Z5 1080p Android smartphone said to be better than Galaxy S III

ZTE will most likely launch the Nubia Z5 in China before the end of December. It's set to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box. With such awesome specs, ZTE would make a huge mistake not to introduce this handset in the US, Europe and other global markets.

Recently, Oppo did just that with its Find 5 phablet, and received great feedback from the US customers, where it's currently available.

Other 1080p smartphones which are currently available is Sharp's Aquos SH930W and HTC's Droid DNA (known internationally as HTC Butterfly). Obviously, there are more companies waiting in line to launch handsets with 1080p screens - Samsung (Galaxy S4), LG (Optimus G2), and Sony (C6603 Yuga).

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