Ever since ZTE’s closed door event at the MWC — which saw the company showcase its upcoming the Nubia Z9 and Nubia Z9 Max — the rumor market has been positively buzzing with speculation with more and more leaks seeking the daylight. While we had already been receiving snippets about ZTE’s upcoming devices, a recent Antutu report, taken directly from the benchmark testing website’s database pretty much spills the beans for the Z9 and from what we can see, the devices are definitely flagship level.
Take a look for yourself at Antutu’s hardware benchmark test report.
As can be seen, the device features Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon 810 along with Adreno’s 430 GPU. There is 3 GB of RAM paired with 32 GB of internal storage. The whole package runs on Android Lollipop 5.0.2 and — whoo camera freaks — there is a 16/8 MP rear/front camera combination.
While the specs certainly look impressive on paper, we heard people say that the device lags just a bit as compared to others of its kind running the 810. But again that’s just hearsay and we’ll have to wait until the 26th of March — when ZTE officially launches the device — to know more for certain.
Until then, stay tuned.