Two ZTE smartphones have been spotted at the Chinese TENAA (an equivalent to the FCC in the USA) carrying the model numbers NX507J and NX505J. Both have undergone the approval process of the Chinese authority a few weeks ago.
Neither of the phones is the Nubia Z7 that ZTE teased last month, judging from the photos released.
The rumored specifications of the new higher-end of the two new phones include a 5.5" 1080p display, a Snapdragon 801 chipset with a 2.3GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (microSD slot is present, too).
At the back of the Nubia NX505J, there's an 8MP camera with a CMOS sensor and 1080p video recording skills. The phone measures 152.7x 76 x 8.5 mm and its weight is 168g. ZTE has included support for the Chinese networks TD-LTE and TD-SCDMA and the phone will ship with Anrdoid 4.4.2 KitKat.
Next up is the ZTE Nubia NX507J. It features a smaller, 5" 1080p display and a clocked-down 2GHz CPU. There's no information if its on a Qualcomm chipset yet or ZTE has opted for a MediaTek chip on this one. Internal storage is 16GB (plus a microSD card slot), while RAM is 2GB.
At the back of the NX507J is an 8MP shooter, while at the front there's a 5MP one. No further information on either the price or the availability of the two is available at the moment.