Powered by quad-core chip, accompanied by a 720p resolution.
ZTE appears to be working on its umpteenth high-end smartphone in the form of the P945.
Details and a leaked image of the P945 surfaced on the reliable Evleaks Twitter account, who has revealed official press shots for several unannounced devices in the past.
The P945 will sport a 5.7-inch 720p display, powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, as well as boasting an 8-megapixel camera and 3000 mAh battery.
Within the image, China Mobile's logo is engraved on the rear of the handset, inevitably confirming an initial China launch, which is expected to be sometime during the second quarter of 2013. A global launch of the device should be confirmed during CES.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, known for its low-end, budget handsets, has reiterated its investment in the U.S. market on several occasions.
ZTE recently announced the 5-inch, quad-core Zubia Z5, as well as its high-end Grand S and the 5-inch U887 smartphone.