It seems that Nubia will be able to bet again on the double screen that are already in the
The company announced July 25 on the Chinese social network, Weibo, that its new flagship cell phone, the Nubia Z20, will be presented on August 8 in China. But now, a few days after that presentation takes place, the cell phone has leaked almost completely thanks to its passage through TENAA, the telecommunications authority whose certification is essential for the devices to reach the market.
According to the certification in TENAA that FoneArena reports, the Nubia Z20 will have a 6.42-inch curved main screen with FullHD + resolution (2,340×1,080 pixels) with OLED technology and another secondary screen at its rear, also OLED and curved, with 5.1 inches and FullHD + resolution.
Regarding power, the Nubia Z20 be powered by a, the most powerful Qualcomm processor currently and specially designed for phones gamingThis processor will be accompanied by three versions of RAM, 6GB, 8GB and 12GB and two internal storage, 128GB and 256GB.
In addition, the cell phone has two side fingerprint sensors on both sides of the phone, allowing you to easily unlock it when using any of its screens. Its battery will be 4,000mAh with fast charge and its Android 9 Pie series operating system, with the Nubia customization layer.
Finally we also have data on the cameras that, as in the Nubia X, be the same for both the main screen and the front, so to make a selfie you will have to turn the phone over and you will see yourself through the secondary screen.
The camera will be composed of a main sensor of 48 megapixels, an ultra wide angle of 16 megapixels and a third sensor that according to TENAA data it is not known whether to be a ToF for depth or a telephoto lens.
At the moment Nubia has only confirmed that the device will be presented on August 8 in China so we do not know whether to reach other territories such as the United States or Spain, although we hope it will do so as the Nubia Red Magic Mars or the Nubia X.
Editor's Note:This article was originally published on July 31, 2019.
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