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Flagship Nubia Z20 launching in China on August 8

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Nubia Z20 is the upcoming flagship from the brand & today, the company finally announced the launch date for China. So, the phone is launching on August 8 & the main highlight of the phone is going to be its cameras, which the company is teasing for quite some time now. The phone recently showed up on TENAA with the model number NX627J & that revealed some interesting specifications.

Nubia Z20 Launch Date

Nubia Z20 Launch Date

The TENAA listing reveals two display sizes, so there are most likely two displays on either side. There is a primary 6.42-inch OLED panel on the front with FHD+ resolution & a secondary 5.1-inch OLED panel on the rear, again with FHD+ resolution. The battery underneath is a 3,900mAh battery & the processor powering the phone is the Snapdragon 855 Plus.

Nubia Z20 on TENAA

Nubia Z20 on TENAA

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There is no mention of a front camera, so it again makes sense why there is a secondary screen on the back. There is a triple camera setup on the rear including a primary 48MP camera, a secondary 16MP camera & there is also a third camera sensor. So, it is most likely a camera setup with a secondary ultra-wide & a third telephoto camera. There is 6/8/12GB RAM & 128/256/512GB storage.

As always, we don’t think this phone will make it to the global market.

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