The ZTE Nubia line is home to the company's flagship phones – powerful, slender and made of metal. The upcoming Nubia X6 is being teased on Weibo and promises to be on par with flagships from big makers.
The latest image shows a side glimpse of the upcoming device. The bezels around the screen will reportedly be very thin – 1.3mm – and while there's no info on screen specs, we can expect it to be an upgrade over the 5" 1080p IGZO panel of the Nubia Z5S.
By the same reasoning, the ZTE Nubia X6 will have a better than Snapdragon 800 chipset (so, 801 probably).
From the teasers, it's clear the X6 will have optical image stabilization like the Z5S before it. The camera on the current model shoots 13MP stills and 2160p video, so a bump in still resolution is to be expected.
The Nubia X6 will also feature stereo speakers with Dolby DTS tech, plus a large battery with fast charging capability. It's not clear why ZTE is moving to X from Z - the only Nubias so far are the Z5, Z5S and Z5S mini.