With its Snapdragon 888 system chip, 120W charging and three 64-megapixel cameras, the ZTE sub-brand gives its top mobile.
We have also had Nubia with top hardware from this year, but the Red Magic 6 basically a gamer mobile for gamers with its own unique look and medium camera set. In comparison, the one now presented Nubia Z30 Pro it has a much more traditional look and significantly more advanced photographic skills, and requires no major compromises in other areas.
We are talking about a device with a 6.67-inch OLED display, the resolution is the standard Full HD + (20: 9), and the image refresh rate is 144 Hz. reader as well as always-on display, in all kinds of selectable styles.
The system chip is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, which with 5-nanometer manufacturing technology and a buffalo-powered processor combo [1x 2,84 GHz Kryo 680 Prime (Cortex-X1) + 3x 2,42 GHz Cortex-A78 (Kryo 680 Gold) + 4x 1,8 GHz Kryo 680 Silver (Cortex-A55)] and Adreno gives the standard performance of the top Android 2021 graphics units with 660 graphics units, the smallest memory pair has become 8/256 GB and the coarsest version is 16/512 GB, though there is no expansion option.
Nubia is very committed to camera capabilities, there will certainly be no compromise in terms of viewing angles. There’s a 64-megapixel main camera that’s well-equipped on all ground (laser autofocus, optical image stabilization, 1 / 1.72 “physical size Sony IMX686 sensor, etc.), plus very good brightness f / 1.6 optics The standard 35mm camera is not much different from the 26mm focal length camera, which is not optically image stabilized, but is closer in view to conventional cameras and can be used for portrait photography in some frames, including 64 megapixels.
There is also a third 64-megapixel camera, which is an f / 2.2 ultra-wide module with a 120-degree viewing angle, a 0.7-micron sensor pixel, and a fourth camera with 8-megapixel and 5x optical zoom: periscope design, 123 mm focal length, PD autofocus and optical image stabilization. Of course, there is no double LED flash from the back, and in the video field there are also plenty of options, you can record at 8K, 30 fps, but in 4K there is also an option to shoot at 30 or even 60, of course the same is true for Full HD. Gyroscope-based electronic image stabilization can also be deployed, and the HDR10 is also available on the recording side. The self-timer camera in their front camera hole is not detailed by the manufacturer, but it is certain that it can also video in 4K.
In terms of data communication capabilities, the device is also not a shame, the SA / NSA capable 5G is essential, but given the Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / 6 on two channels, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS (A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS), NFC, Type-C port capable of USB 3.1 transfer, and of course the standard sensor equipment, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, light and distance sensor. The built-in battery is mobile With its dimensions of 161.8 x 73 x 8.5 millimeters and a weight of nearly 200 grams, it doesn’t sound too big, as it is 4200 mAh, but the 120W charge means that it can be charged in 0-100% in just 15 minutes, which it not only compensates, it also justifies why it was not possible to increase the capacity further: this level of charging power requires a split battery, carefully invented thermal management, which in turn takes away the valuable space from the mAhs inside the housing.
About prices: for the time being, sales will start in China on May 25, so we can mention local yuan prices: the 8/256 GB version will cost 4999 yuan, or 222 thousand forints, the next step is 12/256 GB, which is 240 raises external costs to HUF 1,000. If we maximized the possibilities with 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage, we would have to pay 5999 yuan, or 266 thousand forints, but it is quite certain that by the time the product arrives in Europe, there will be additional costs. This is a top model with corresponding pricing.