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Nubia Z18 new poster reveals bezel-less design with waterdrop notch

04 September 2018 2

The Nubia's upcoming smartphone Z18 is in rumors from past few weeks, today we have the first official glimpse of the device thanks to advertising hoarding. The poster reveals key details regarding the front-facing design of Nubia Z18.

The poster confirms the Z18 will have a water drop notch at the top of the display. The ultra-thin water droplet notch has selfie camera embedded in it. The Nubia Z18 poster also reveals the device has a bezel-less design. As far as launch is a concern, the invite confirms the Z18 will go official on September 5.

Apart from regular Z18, the company will also launch a special Van Gogh edition. The special edition variant has the Vincent van Gogh's “Starry Night” portray on the rear side. The key-selling aspect of the Nubia Z18 is its strikingly beautiful display and great AI cameras.

From what we know so far the Nubia Z18 will sport a 5.99-inches display. The recent Geekbench listing suggests the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC will be powering the device with 8 Gigs of RAM. The base variant has 64GB native storage whereas the top-tier model has 128GB storage. A 3,350mAh battery cell will be on board to keep its lights on. The device is rumored to be available in Black and Red colors. The best thing is Nubia fans don't have to wait longer as the official launch of Z18 is in Beijing on September 5.

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Nubia Z18 new poster reveals bezel-less design with waterdrop notch
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The tide suddenly seems to have changed. Until a few weeks back it was all about notch, notch, and notch. And now there's suddenly that waterdrop notch :cool:


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