ZTE will soon unveil its first non-Android device, called Nubia W5 in coming months. The first press image of this Windows Phone 8.1 powered smartphone has appeared in the wild this week, which gives us a fair idea about its design language.
The rumoured specifications of ZTE Nubia W5 include a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and 64GB of built-in memory. The phone is also said to house a 13MP rear camera and and a gigantic 4,500mAh battery to supply the power to the device.
The details about the exact screen-size and resolution are still under the wraps, but we expect it will pack a display a bit larger than 5-inch, sporting at least Full HD resolution. There is also no word on the availability and the pricing of the phone yet.