ZTE has been quite busy of late announcing and releasing one device after another. Towards the end of last month, it launched its flagship smartphone, the Nubia Z5. A little later, the P945 was revealed in a leak published on Twitter. Now, the latest reports suggest that the China-based company is expanding its product lineup with yet another smartphone called the U935.
Like the Nubia Z5, the U935 features a capacitive touch screen display measuring 5 inches diagonally. This display has a 1080p Full High Definition resolution. By comparison, the P945 is packed with a larger display spanning 5.7 inches diagonally, but it only has a 720p resolution, unlike the Nubia Z5, which boasts of a 1080p resolution.
Going back to the U935, the device also offers a quad-core processor by MediaTek MT6589 running at the speed of 1.2GHz. There is also 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage on the device. ZTE has included a microSD card slot, to allow for memory expansion for up to 32GB more.
Furthermore, the handset carries support for the TD-SCDMA network. Its operating system is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Adding to the list of specifications is an 8-megapixel rear camera that is complemented by a 2-megapixel front camera for video chat.
Information regarding its battery, available ports, and color options are still unavailable at present.
In China, the smartphone has already gotten certification from the country’s electronics regulating agency, which means it may now be sold in the country. Images of the smartphone show that it bears the China Mobile 3G logo at its rear, indicating that it will be available on the world’s largest mobile operator.
The ZTE U935 is expected to be sold for the price of 1500 yuan, or around US $240 or €180.
What do you think of the new smartphones that ZTE has been releasing lately?