The company just announced a launch for next week.
Meet the nubia Z20 dual-screen smartphone with no notch, no camera cut-out, no tricks like pop-up cameras, just screen estate everywhere you look.
The nubia Z20 has a huge, 6.2-inch main FHD+ display with no bezels. Flip it around and you’ll find another display, a 5.1-inch one, and a neatly arranged triple camera setup that makes no compromises.
Nubia combined a 48MP main camera with OIS, a 16MP ultra-wide angle camera with a 122.2° FOV and an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and up to 30x digital zoom.
Nubia Z20 really wants to catch the eye of photography enthusiasts, because that set-up promises 8K video recording, 1920fps super slow motion and HDR10 10bit video recording and a Pro Mode with 2.5 cm macro capability and Super Night mode.
To be completely fair, the nubia Z20 announcement makes it seem that nubia is chasing a lot of different types of users with their flagship.
The Z20 back screen can be used as an always-on display but also lets you custom map on-screen triggers, so you can use it for some gaming.
The specs sheet is completed by the flagship Qualcomm chipset, the Snapdragon 855 Plus, up to 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage, all of it powered by a 4000 mAh battery with 27W Fast charge.
No doubt about it, the nubia Z20 is flashy enough to steal the thunder from the Galaxy Note 10 line announced just 24 hours ago.
The only question about it is the price.
The device will launch on August 16 in China and will come to the US, Canada, EU and UK soon after, in September, so we will see how much it retails for very soon.