News by Luke Jones on Tuesday March 10, 2015.
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While expected to launch its Nubia Z9 flagship at the Mobile World Conference last week, ZTE opted to skip the event. The widely rumored device is still imminent though, with the Chinese company apparently ready to announce the handset before the end of this month.ZTE has revealed that it is hosting a press event on March 26 and will use said event to launch the Nubia Z9, a device that is shaping up to be an exciting flagship. The new smartphone will boast the latest and greatest specs to compete with devices at the top of the market, including a 5.5-inch 1440 x 2560 pixel Quad HD screen, a Qualcomm made Snapdragon 810 with 64-bit processing, 3GB of RAM, and other impressive hardware. As with most smartphones from ZTE and indeed from China, it will be a lottery whether this handset will find its way into the North American and European markets. It will likely be launched in China first, but could end up in other regions depending on demand.
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