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ZTE seem to be diving into the world of phablets with a whole lot of fervor, where their earlier (and high end, of course) introductions would be the sub-brand Nuba and the Z5, and this time around, it has been discovered that there is an even more imposing phablet in the pipeline that is called the ZTE P945.


The ZTE P945 is said to pack in a massive 5.7-inch screen size, and while our expectations would veer towards it sport a Full HD resolution, I am sorry to disappoint you that this is not to be so, as the ZTE P945’s 5.7-inch screen comes with just a 720p resolution.

Apart from that, there will be a quad-core 1.2GHz processor that should be adequate to help get the job done for most ordinary tasks, although it is definitely slower compared to other high end quad-core powered phablets that are in the market.

Touted to come with a chassis that measures less than 9mm thin, other rumors do point to an 8-megapixel shooter that is located at the back of the device, with a one-megapixel camera in front for those vanity shots. Considering the mammoth screen size, the inclusion of a 3,000mAh battery ought to do the ZTE P945 justice in terms of battery life.

We can expect Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich at the very minimum for its operating system of choice, and now all we need to do is wait for ZTE to come up with an official statement!


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