ZTE announced their new Nubia flagship brand last month, and it now looks like the company is hoping to launch the first Nubia phone around Christmas day.
The Nubia Z5 will be ZTE’s first phone to follow the new “flagship standard” meaning it will come equipped with a 5-inch 1920 x 1080 HD display, quad-core Qualcomm S4 CPU, 2GB RAM and a 12 mega-pixel rear camera.
According to sources close to the company the Z5 could measure in at just 7.6mm, and may go on sale before the end of the year.
The rumors come just in time to upset the launch of Oppo’s Find 5 phone, which features a similar specification but is not expected to be available in stores until January 2013. However, while Oppo look to be set on making the Find 5 an international phone, ZTE seem to be sticking to the Chinese market only for the Nubia Z5.