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The ZTE Nubia Z18S shows its two huge screens in a video

A few days ago ZTE presented a new mobile, the ZTE Nubia Z18, a high-end smartphone with the maximum benefits that we could expect in a smartphone of these characteristics.

Now a video of what could be a much more interesting variant has been leaked, not for the technical specifications, which are expected to be very similar, but for a design that includes a huge second screen.

Two large screens on a mobile that does not fold

As we can see in the filtered video this mobile is a large terminal.

The front is totally dominated by the main screen, which has no clipping in the form of a notch and is that to take selfies we will use the two rear cameras since in the front there is not.

That is what the second screen will be used for, also quite wide but not as large as the main one.

Do not forget the sides and it seems that there is not one, but two fingerprint sensors on the edges, one on the right and one on the left.

This design reminds us in part of the Meizu Pro 7 for using a second color screen and the Yotaphone for using two large screens.

This mobile had previously been filtered in a promotional image that implied that the rear screen would have a function AOD (Always On Display) being useful for displaying information even when we are not using the terminal.

Although it is not yet official, it is expected to have the same set of technical features as the Z18, that is, Snapdragon 845 processor, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage (with possible 6 + 64 GB version), main screen 5.99 inches with 2160 x 1080 px resolution.

There is no data on the rear screen, or diagonal, or technology or resolution. Neither the battery capacity or the resolutions of its two rear sensors have leaked.

It is not yet known if ZTE will market this model worldwide since it still does not have an official presence in countries such as Spain after the blockade to which the company was submitted by the United States government.

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