ZTE's sub-brand Nubia has announced a press event for April 19, to be held in Beijing. The tagline reads something along the lines of "Small world - big wonders", Google Translate tells us, but that's all the poster reveals.
Logic would dictate, however, that a new flagship is to be unveiled, the Nubia Z11, and a Z11 mini alongside it. The Nubia Z9 was announced last year in May, so an announcement a month ahead of schedule isn't out of the question. Not to mention that the Z11 mini (or what looks like it) was already certified by the Chinese telecom regulator.
For all we know, the Z11 will sport a 5.2-inch QHD dual-edge display, Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4GB of RAM. The Z11 mini, on the other hand will allegedly have a flat FullHD 5-inch display, 3 gigs of RAM and an octa-core CPU.