Earlier this year, Chinese smartphone maker ZTE showed the world its new flagship called the Nubia Z20. It immediately went on sale in the Chinese market, and sales on the world market only began today, October 15.
The Nubia Z20 is a typical flagship with this year’s trends that has received unusual performance. It is based on a single-crystal Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ platform (8 cores up to 2.96 GHz). The international market for the Nubia Z20 smartphone comes in only one modification – with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory.
The main feature of the Nubia Z20 is the two screens. The presence of the rear display allowed the manufacturer to abandon the front camera, thereby increasing the area occupied by the main display area of the front panel. Both Nubia Z20 screens are AMOLED-enabled.
The diagonal of the main display is 6.42 inches, the auxiliary is 5.1 inches. The front screen has Full HD + resolution (2340 × 1080 pixels), the back one is HD + (1520 × 720 pixels).
Another key feature of the Nubia Z20 is its camera. It has received much attention as the company positions the Nubia Z20 as a camera. The main module uses a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor with f / 1.7 aperture and optical stabilization support.
It is complemented by an 8MP telephoto lens array (f / 2.4) for 3x optical zoom and a 16.2MP wide-angle lens (f / 2.2) at 122.2 degrees. In addition to the 3x optical zoom, there is also a 30x digital zoom.