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Nubia Z20 camera samples surface, beautiful shots show camera prowess

04 July 2019 0

ZTE’ sub-brand Nubia has a new smartphone to launch and going by the latest post found on Weibo, the upcoming device is going to be the Nubia Z20. This indicates the company is simply skipping the “19” number from the series and launching Z20 directly after the last year's Z18.


Now a prestigious personality who goes by the name Astroman on Weibo has shared a couple of interesting camera samples taken with the new Nubia Z20. He is actually Dr. Deng Licai of the Chinese Academy of Sciences who does research in stellar evolution, star clusters, structure and evolution of the Galaxy among others. The scientist was able to capture the solar eclipse which occurred in Chile.

While sharing the rare astronomical beauty, he praised the camera prowess of the Nubia Z20 and also said that it has greatly improved over its predecessor. Last year he also got a chance to capture some photos of the Milky Way via Nubia Z18, so his claim that the upcoming device in the series has been improved makes sense.

Later, Nubia’s President and co-founder, Ni Fei reposted scientist’s post made on Nubia Z20 to praise the beautiful shots.

The specifications and the look of the Nubia Z20 are unknown but expect it to come with Snapdragon 855 processor and Android 9 Pie. Note that this is the first ever introduction with the Nubia Z20 and we would learn more about this device soon. Let’s wait to see the device which has clicked such beautiful shots.

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