While we do know that Microsoft has partnered with a fair number of hardware manufacturers in order to secure a bright future for the upcoming Windows 10 operating system, it seems that Chinese manufacturers are not left out of the equation, either. While Windows 10 was recently spotted to run on a Xiaomi Mi4, it looks as though similar live tiles have also made an appearance, this time around on another handset by a Chinese manufacturer, known as the ZTE Nubia Z9.
Do bear in mind that this particular handset has not been announced officially over by ZTE just yet, so that would certainly be an interesting proposition. Apart from that, we have also seen leaks of photos of the ZTE Nubia Z9 in the past, which do seem to point to an impending release of said device. It looks set to be a really slim handset that will boast of an all-glass build, with a 5.2” display alongside a Snapdragon 810 processor powering it.
ZTE has done a pretty swell job so far in hyping their upcoming devices, and it seems that this plan with the ZTE Nubia Z9 appears to be working, too. Have you ever had any experience with a ZTE handset, and how did you find it?