The Nubia subbrand belonging to ZTE presented its flagship in China. Nubia X is distinguished by two displays - both are coloured.
At the front, Nubia X looks like any modern smartphone - it has a large screen, occupying 93.6% of the front. The screen has 6.26 inches and Full HD+ resolution, and is made in LCD technology, nothing extraordinary. It's interesting when you turn the phone. On the back we can see another screen, but it's already OLED. It is smaller, because there had to be room for a camera. The rear screen has 5.1 inches and its resolution is HD+. The already mentioned single camera is another Nubia X peculiarity. The second camera is unnecessary, because thanks to the presence of an additional screen, you can reverse the phone to take a selfie ... The camera has two matrices - with resolutions of 16 and 24 megapixels and apertures, respectively, f/1.8 and f/1.7.
This is not the end of strange additions. The phone has two more fingerprint readers - each screen has its own and depending on which one we touch, the right side of the phone lights up. In addition, the readers also provide navigation through the interface, replacing the system buttons.
The heart of Nubia X is, of course, Snapdragon 845, supported by 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 64, 128 or 256 GB of internal memory - unfortunately, it cannot be expanded by a card. The smartphone powers a 3800 mAh battery, and all controls the Android 8.1 Oreo system with the Nubia UI 6.0.2 interface. The price of the phone in black or gold, depending on the memory variant, is:
- 6 + 64 GB - 3299 yuan, 474 USD.
- 8 + 128 GB - 3699 yuan, 531 USD.
- 8 + 256 GB - 4199 yuan, 603 USD.
- For the blue version you need to add 100 yuan to each of the prices, or USD 15.
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