Chinese mobile phone maker ZTE Corporation is reportedly planning the release of a Windows Phone-based smartphone soon, and a purported leaked photo with the device is now available for your viewing pleasure.
The smartphone, supposedly called ZTE Nubia W5, is also said to feature a Snapdragon 801 processor and might arrive on shelves as the very first Windows Phone handset to be powered by this chipset.
Info coming from ITHome suggests that the new device might sport 3GB of RAM when launched, and that it would also feature no less than 64GB of internal memory.
The phone is also said to include a 13-megapixel camera on the back, with Optical Image Stabilization, and to be powered by a massive 4500mAh battery. Support for 4G LTE networks should also be featured.
As PhoneArena notes, should the rumor on this smartphone pan out, it could easily prove one of the top Windows Phone devices out there, capable of competing against currently available Windows Phone handsets coming from Nokia.
Unfortunately, no confirmation on the existence of this phone has been provided as of now, and details on its market availability and pricing are not known either. Hopefully, more on it will emerge soon, so stay tuned to learn the news.