Nubia has already confirmed that the company will be launching the much anticipated Nubia Z30 Pro smartphone on May 20th next week. This device will be succeeding the Nubia Z20 that was announced nearly two years ago.
Ahead of it’s scheduled launch, Nubia has officially revealed the rear design of the handset in a fresh video teaser that reminds us of the recently announced ZTE Axon 30 Ultra flagship, especially it’s humongous camera module. In fact, even the arrangement of each individual camera resembles what we saw on the Axon 30 Ultra as well.
However, it’s not known whether the camera specs of the upcoming Nubia Z30 Pro will be identical with the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra at the moment. Just to recap, the Axon 30 Ultra’s quad-camera system consists of a trio of 64 megapixels cameras for wide, ultra-wide and portrait shots, as well as an an 8 megapixels periscope camera which offers up to 5x optical zoom and 60x digital zoom.
Although it’s not very obvious from the screenshot here, but recent reports have claimed that the Nubia Z30 Pro will be arriving with an under-display selfie camera similar to what we saw from last year’s ZTE Axon 20 5G.
Other than that, we can expect the Nubia Z30 Pro to feature various flagship specs like a Snapdragon 888 chipset along with the usual fast-charging support.