ZTE recently introduced a five-inch, 1080p handset by way of sub-brand Nuba and its Z5, and now we’ve learned that the company has an even larger phablet in the works — although its size is about the only thing that trumps the premium Z5. Known by model number P945, we’re told that the 5.7-inch device packs a 1.2GHz quad-core processor — a few ticks slower than the 1.5GHz Z5 — and more importantly, “just” a 720p display compared to Nuba’s denser full HD screen.
Supposedly sub-9mm thick, P945 is said to have eight-megapixel and one-megapixel rear and front cameras, respectively (no 13MP here), powered by a 3000mAh battery and a version of Android “ICS or above.” Look for this to hit China Mobile late first/early second quarter, but rest-of-the-world availability is unknown.
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