The brand promises professional camera functions, and the front panel unit, which has disappeared from view, reveals rendered images.
Vice President of the Nubia brand affiliated to ZTE, Ni Fei announced on its Chinese community site that the Z30 Pro (and perhaps a sleek companion) whose rendering image has already been shown will debut on May 20th. The main difference compared to its predecessor will be the omission of the second panel on the back, but the display on the front will remain undisturbed, as the self-propelled unit moves behind the AMOLED pixels, which was first entered by a ZTE phone anyway.
Rendering of the Z30 or Z30 Pro (source: GSM Arena) [+]
The vice president promises excellent photographic capabilities, first with professional SLR features among mobiles, that means anything compared to the manual settings on the market. The leaked render images confirm that the rear camera quartet will work between 16 (ultra-wide) and 135mm (5x zoom), and with digital assist, this brand also promises 100x magnification, completely unnecessarily knowing such results. Ni Fei has not yet revealed the set of chips for the top variant, nor is the picture above official, but the Z30 Pro can definitely stand out by splitting the side edge in half.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.
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