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March 11, 2014

Bezels of ZTE Nubia X6 are amazingly thin

Last week, we’ve reported about the Nubia X6 being ZTE’s upcoming flagship device that boasts killer specs. Well this time, an image of its front panel got leaked and we see crazy thin bezels that go with it.


As you can see, the front panel of the device shows very slim bezels on both sides. I know we have readers out there wanting to know its measurement so here goes: According to the source, the bezels just measure 1.3mm each — ZTE is really upping its game to compete with other brands.

Other rumored specs include:

5.5- to 6-inch display
QHD resolution (2560 x 1440)
Quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801
13- or 16-megapixel rear, 2-megapixel front cameras
Android KitKat

Release date is still pointing towards the end of this month or April.


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8 Responses to “Bezels of ZTE Nubia X6 are amazingly thin”

  1. eLobrino
    Twitter: iloveruffag

    hahaha dedicated article para dun sa mahilig sa bezel

  2. a-bezel-zel says:

    paging abuzalzal, paging abuzalzal.

    article na sinadya para sayo.

    ilabas mo na lahat ng panukat mo.

    baka isipin mo kahit title bar ng browser mo bezel ng frame.

  3. Abutroll says:

    Mapapamura si Abuzalzal sa bezel nito! But who knows, knowing him he always find something to bash with.

  4. Abuzalzalero says:

    Pustahan tayo yang duwag na Abuzalzal na yan walang i-popost dito. Laking hiya lang nyan.

  5. Easy E says:

    Mahal magpresyo ang ZTE. Pupusta ako na nasa php35-40k ang range nito pag binenta sa Pinas lol.

  6. abdulJakulSalsalani says:

    Abuzalzal ayan ipalo mo sa noo mo gago hahahaha

  7. Heckler says:

    Sir Abuzalzal…

    Alam na.

    Nuff said

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