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ZTE Nubia N7 announced as LG G3 rival

The ZTE Nubia N7 has been announced as its latest flagship phone, offering specs very similar to that of the LG G3.

Strait out of China comes the stunningly specced ZTE Nubia N7, which will no doubt make LG watch its back a little more.

Just as the LG G3 does, the Nubia N7 offers a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440p QHD display running on a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 2GB of RAM.

In the rear is a matching 13-megapixel camera too with optical image stabilisation. We sincerely doubt it has the laser-technology featured in the LG G3 though

The N7 basically means you can get all the G3 specs in a ZTE phone without the rear volume and power buttons, if you don’t like the thought of them. The N7 packs all those specs into a body 9mm thick too, which is only 0.1mm thicker than the G3 itself.

Of course, you won’t get the slick new G3 UI though, instead having to deal with ZTE’s own interface.

ZTE also unveiled the ZTE Nubia N7 Max, which offers a 5.5-inch display with a lower 1920 x 1080p full HD resolution. It’s rear 13-megapixel camera lacks OIS, but the rest of the specs are the same.

There’s also the ZTE Nubia N7 mini, which offers a slightly smaller 5-inch 1920 x 1080p full HD display within a 8.2mm thick body. It’s actually a little taller than the flagship N7 but is thinner overall.

Unlike the N7 it only offers 16GB of internal storage instead of 32GB and it’s 801 processor is clocked at 2GHz.

There’s no international release dates for any of these new ZTE phones yet, but the Nubia N7 is expected to retail for around the £320 mark in the UK if and when it does launch.

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Via: Liliputing

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