03 September 2019
ZTE's sub-brand Nubia has confirmed that it will be launching Nubia Z20 on August 8th at an event in China. It will be Nubia's Android flagship for the year and will be succeeding the Nubia Z18. The team has decided to skip using "Z19" moniker for some reason which remains unknown for the time being.
The launch event poster was shared by Nubia on Chinese social networking platform Weibo. Unfortunately, the poster does not reveal or tease anything about the upcoming smartphone. It only confirms the phone name, launch date, and launch event venue. But since we are still about two weeks away from the launch, we can expect the team to release some teasers.
In a separate report, a smartphone's real-life photo has been leaked which is claimed to be the Nubia Z20. The image shows the phone protected in some sort of casing and only the front panel is visible. There is not much to notice here except that the phone is appearing to be sporting a notch-less curved display. There are likely to be bare minimum bezels which mean a full-screen display will be on offer.
We also reported about Nubia Z20 camera samples earlier this month which were shared on Weibo as well. These samples suggest that the flagship will be having a great camera performance. This is something we can expect Vivo to talk about in detail during the keynote.