ZTE Nubia X6: 3GB RAM, 128GB storage, 13MP front and rear cameras

ZTE Nubia X6: 3GB RAM, 128GB storage, 13MP front and rear cameras

The previously-reported smartphone from ZTE under the Nubia brand was just launched and it’s got a list of (really, really) impressive specs more so in terms of imaging. Read the full list of the Nubia X6 after the break.


ZTE Nubia X6 specs:


6.44-inch display @ 1920 x 1080 screen resolution, 344 ppi
13MP rear camera with dual flash, OIS, and f/2.0 lens
13MP front camera with BSI and f/2.2 lens
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor (2.3GHz 4X Krait 400/2.5GHz 4X Krait 400)
32GB, 64GB, 128GB internal storage
Wi-Fi, NFC
4250mAh battery

As you may have noticed, the Nubia X6 doesn’t only come in a single variant but a couple. There’s the 32GB base model at CNY3,000 (or Php21,694), the 64GB at CNY3500 (Php25,310), and the premium 128GB at CNY4,000 (around Php28,926).

The ZTE Nubia X6 is still exclusive to China as of the moment, but let’s hope that it reaches the Philippine shores. If it does, current flagship phones will have a new competition joining in on the fun — for less.


Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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22 Responses

  1. MrPhabletBulacan says:

    Sana nga magkaroon dito nyan, panalo yan dami pa naman selfie addicts dito sa pinas…

  2. abuzalzal says:

    Game changer ‘to
    128 GB damn////

  3. weh says:

    128GB ROM ??? as in Read Only Memory? LOL

    • garz says:

      I don’t see anything funny with a 128GB ROM. USB flash disks, SD cards, and HDDs are examples of ROM.

    • Frank Castillo says:

      “I don’t see anything funny with a 128GB ROM. USB flash disks, SD cards, and HDDs are examples of ROM.”

      Really? If those things are only ROM, then why the hell can you read and WRITE data on those things?

    • payu ka shit says:

      iba po yata ang term na ROM sa android at sa pc

    • garz says:

      ROM has advanced beyond your knowledge of it from high school. The ROMs we use today are the EEPROM (Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory). Read and Write memory are basically RAM, but they cannot be used for storage. Or just Google, for goodness sake.

    • Easy E says:

      Computer Fundamentals. basa-basa rin

    • MonMon says:

      Baka tinutukoynya kais yung CD-ROM, DVD-ROM HAHAHA

    • abuzalzal says:

      Asan na si weh-weh??? Ehwehwehwehwe

      Natawa dahil sinaniban ng espiritu ni Ignuramus

    • MrPhabletBulacan says:

      mali naman kasi nauuso na ROM, its actually flash storage kaya read and write capable. RAM cannot retain data when powered down burado lahat. we can even use SSD because they are very similar pero ROM maling mali. Some ROMs are writable like those on BIOS chips but few times only, di tulad ng flash storage.

      meron pa isang di naman kasing grabe pero weird din, yung microsd card slot minsan TF ang label, could mean trans flash which is still right but what about M2 and MS which are also flash cards but are not directly compatible with microsd slots.

  4. Rocakfella says:

    Panalo to pero sana naman wag 6.44-inch display taena konti nalang tablet na di na komportable talaga gamitin. Ok na sana kung kasing laki lang ng Note 3. I’d consider getting one kung mas maliit pa dito. Super ayos to biruin mo 128GB.

  5. Daiki says:

    one of the best phablets this year! My only concern is the software inside.

  6. chino says:

    For only P28k may 128GB ROM ka na? Wow! Great specs.

  7. chino says:

    Great specs. swak na swak sa mga mahihilig magselfie LOL

  8. meh says:

    its too cheap to be decent, i will have to wait for the reviews.

  9. Jax says:

    Yan ang specs!

  10. ryanrudolf says:

    CyanogenMod swak na

  11. Shehrevar says:


    Super astig na sana, pero wala siyang memory card slot. Hay. D:

  12. Lol di to aabot ng pinas. China lang to gaya ng dual sim Galaxy S5 at dual sim ng HTC Butterfly S

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