Nubia Z Smartphone Series Making A Comeback

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Image credit: Alleged nubia Z30 render from Weibo

It was August 2019 when the last Nubia Z series was introduced. The Nubia Z20 was a solid contender, but it never got a successor to carry this legacy. Today we have good news. Ni Fei, the president of mobile devices at ZTE, has confirmed that a new model is on the way.

The top executive revealed that the next generation Nubia Z series will be coming soon. The executive published a post on Weibo (a Chinese Social Network) that includes a poll. The poll asked Nubia fans what upgrades they do expect to see on a new Nubia Z smartphone. From the options, we assume that the poll was a teaser for the upgrades that the new will carry.

The poll focuses on four distinct topics:

  • Battery Life / Fast-
  • Photography
  • Appearance
  • System

Probably the new 2021 will comply with these topics. The device will probably have a new UI based on 11 with extended battery life and fast beyond 40W. The device will also improve in the camera department with a 64MP and even 108MP camera. Other aspects that can improve the experience will be a telephoto camera, periscope lens, etc.

is a pioneer in terms of in-display camera technologies, it won’t surprise us to see the future Nubia Z playing with this new technology. We also expect this new device to carry 5G connectivity since it’s mandatory for smartphones out of the segment nowadays.

The Nubia Z20 was a flagship equipped with the Snapdragon 855+. For that reason, we expect a Nubia Z21 (to follow 2021) or even a Nubia Z30 to be powered with Snapdragon 888.

The price range is not available yet, so we’ll keep you posted.

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