ZTE is preparing to get back to the “higher ends” of the market this year. According to the Chinese media, the company will launch Nubia Z7 in March, featuring an all new user interface and top-notch hardware.
The mentioned UI is described as flat with minimalistic design, which seems made to comply with Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat guidelines. As far as I’ve understood, it won’t be a bulky software (in terms of size) but something fairly light that doesn’t stand too much on the way of “pure” Android experience.
When it comes to hardware, it is said that this Nubia will pack a 6.44-inch screen of unknown resolution (2K perhaps?), Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip, 13-megapixel camera on the back, and — check this out — full 128GB of internal storage. That’s a lot of space, the fact that ZTE may underline in its marketing campaigns, saying that their phone can store more Ultra HD videos than many other devices. Hopefully, we’ll get few of the missing details within the next few weeks or so. Stay tuned…