Previously available in China only, Nubia is rolling out its dual-screen Nubia Z20 to the global markets on October 14 where folks in the US, Canada, the UK, and Europe will get their hands on this outstanding piece of finesse made by Chinese smartphone maker Nubia.
Nubia has been experimenting with squashing the notches a lot and released a Nubia X that was the first phone to host a dual-screen. Fast forward to August of 2019, Nubia launched the Nubia Z20 with dual AMOLED screen that works super fine thanks to a notch-less display. Nubia is also running “Unbox the Future” campaign before the phone officially unveils on a global scale on October 14.
Nubia Z20 has a dual AMOLED display with a primary 6.42” AMOLED FHD+ curved display along with a secondary 5.1” HD+ AMOLED display that sits on the back pane and works flawlessly in conjunction with its primary display. The secondary display is also curved and acts as a viewfinder for a single triple camera setup that sits right above the secondary display on the back panel and features a 48MP wide-angle, 16MP ultra-wide angle camera with 122.2° FoV and a third telephoto 8MP sensor that grabs some of the most detailed images.
Apart from that, Nubia Z20 brings the overclocked Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus onboard paired with 8GB RAM and internal storage of 128GB. The enhanced Snapdragon 855 Plus is capable of outperforming its base Snapdragon 855 with a 4% higher CPU and 15% higher GPU performance.
Nubia Z20 runs on Android 9.0 Pie-based nubia UI 7 and the same will be reflected in its global launch as well with a single 128GB variant available globally. The device has a beefy 4,000 mAh battery under the hood coupled with Nubia’s 27W fast charging support which is quarter times faster than what OnePlus 6 offers onboard. The device will be available in two color variants i.e. Twilight Blue and Diamond Black although the price for the global market is yet to be disclosed. To put things into perspective, the 8+128GB variant is available at $526 or 3,699 Yuan in China although the price tag might rise once the phone is available in the global market would.
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