While both Xiaomi and Oppo are developing under-display camera, it was ZTE Corporation that beats its fellow Chinese companies to it with the Axon 20 5G last year and it would remain the only device to rock this wonderful new technology.
What you see here is NOT the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. This is the new nubia Z30 Pro and the massive camera module there is 64 MP tri-camera setup with 8 MP periscope telephoto.
It makes sense for smartphone makers to want to have a piece of the smartwatch market. But if the smartphone in question is a gaming focused device? I am not too sure what’s going on here, but here it is anyways, the nubia Red Magic Smartwatch.
ZTE-owned nubia will also be rolling out its next-gen gaming smartphone, the Red Magic 6 Series. OK. Technically, it has already been announced last week in China. Unlike its previous model, the new Red Magic is now offered in two flavors: Red Magic 6 and Red Magic 6 Pro.
The asking price of the Lenovo’s first gaming smartphone may come as shocker to some. Thankfully, there are affordable alternatives and the new nubia Red Magic 5S is one of them the alternatives. The best part is, this device is available in North America markets.
We are all well aware that Xiaomi and Oppo are in the race to take under-display camera technology to the market. But what we didn’t know is, ZTE Corporation is also working on its version. Not only is ZTE is working on this innovation we crave so much, it actually puts on the market first.
If you are a vlogger who uses your smartphone to do the job, ZTE have just the right device for you. For vloggers, or just any person who loves to make video, really, the ZTE Axon 11 5G “Video Smartphone” offers you 4K videoing in glorious 60 fps on its AI quad camera system.
While many handset makers are jumping on the 90 or 120 Hz refresh rate bandwagon, nubia is taking the refresh rate race to the next level with a whopping 144 Hz ultra-high screen refresh rate.
At last year’s China Mobile Global Partner Conference, China communication company and handset maker ZTE Corporation had a so-called “5G+ Industry Applications” area where it demoed 5G applications.
2020 is the year of Snapdragon 865 and the first device of 2020 to be announced with this next-gen mobile processor is the ZTE AXON 10S Pro. ZTE has beaten Samsung to the game… in the announcement aspect, that is.