In addition to its recently unveiled U887 smartphone, ZTE appears to be working on another 5-inch handset in the form of the Nubia Z5.
Details on the Nubia Z5 were revealed on an official account of microblogging site Weibo -- China's version of Twitter -- subsequently revealing technical specifications and images of the phablet.
The leak confirms that the Nubia Z5 is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, accompanied by a full HD 5-inch display, a 13MP rear camera, a 2MP front-facing camera and a 2,500mAh battery. It runs on Android Jelly Bean -- version 4.1.2.
ZTE has apparently managed to fit the device into a unibody frame that is 7.6mm thin. As for a price tag, it's rumored to retail for $400.
The Chinese manufacturer will reveal the quad-core-powered, 5-inch Grand S during CES in January, with the firm also said to be working on the Grand X Pro, as well as the world's first eight-core smartphone.