Back in February ZTE and NVIDIA announced a partnership to make the Chinese manufacturer the first to bring Tegra 4 phones to market this year.
Rumors and leaked images (shown above) have surfaced and if they are to be believed, then ZTE as expected is set to launch the U988S as the world’s first Tegra 4-powered handset, it’s unclear up until this point what the phone would look like or what its final specs would be. But now there’s a bit more leaked info, consisting of images and purported specs.
The outside is clad in a solid plastic shell somewhat reminiscent of other 2013 ZTE devices, with capacitive buttons on the front and coming in at about 9mm thick.
On the inside, is a 1.8GHz Tegra 4 processor accompanied by 2GB of RAM, a 1080P display, 13MP camera and SDcard support, running Android 4.2, which we would expect for a phone launching in mid-2013.
We don’t yet have any specifics on the final naming or availability of the device, but we do have fingers crossed it comes to Blighty..