The dual-screen Nubia Z20 arrives in the US in October

The dual-screen Nubia Z20 arrives in the US in October
When Nubia Z20 was officially revealed last month, the Chinese handset maker promised to bring the dual-screen smartphone to the United States and Europe in September. Unfortunately, even though we're almost at the end of the month, there's no sign of the smartphone in either of the two regions.

Today, Nubia announced that the Z20 will be available for purchase in North America and Europe on October 14, at least two weeks later than it was previously confirmed. There's no mention of prices in the announcement, but the Z20 sells in China for the equivalent of $525.

We're expecting the US pricing to be slightly higher, as Chinese prices are much lower than the rest of the world. Nubia Z20 will probably sell in the US for around $600-$700, but that's just a guess, so stay tuned for confirmation.

Now, as far as the hardware, the Z20 is a very powerful smartphone. It's a flagship killer equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB storage. Apart from the price, the phone's other selling point is the dual-screen configuration. Nubia Z20 boasts a massive 6.42-inch main display with full HD+ AMOLED resolution and a secondary 5.1-inch AMOLED display with HD+ resolution.

The backside features an impressive triple-camera (48MP+16MP+8MP), but the dual fingerprint sensors have been included on the side of the phone. Nubia's top-tier smartphone is powered by a huge 4,000 mAh battery with 27W fast PD charging and Quick Charge 4.0 technology.

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  • Display 6.4" 1080 x 2340 pixels
  • Camera 48 MP
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+, Octa-core, 2960 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB
  • Battery 4000 mAh



2. monoke

Posts: 1172; Member since: Mar 14, 2015

This is perfect example here. This brand ZTE Nubia been doing dual display for past 2 years and guess what? Nobody notices. No comments... But when word of the popular boys like Sammy doing it in the other article, everybody comments and acts like it's the greatest thing since Swiss cheese! Lmao!. Ah. For shame.

3. Mikele

Posts: 175; Member since: Nov 19, 2013

Bros you're right on your observations people do comments when the Writers or Reviewers trying to promote certains OEMs on the article that they suppose not to have been featured. A Tech site should be balanced on their articles to promote the new idea of technology and innovations of the company that made such milestone and not being bias

4. pimmelpeter

Posts: 5; Member since: Sep 18, 2019

It's Nubia, not ZTE

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