Nubia has been teasing the arrival of its Z-series flagship phone for the past few days in China. Today, the Chinese manufacturer finally confirmed that it will be holding a launch event at 2 PM (local time) on Feb. 25 in the home market.
Reports have claimed that the Nubia smartphone with NX701J model number could be released in the Chinese market as the Nubia Z40 Pro. Since it is a flagship device, it is likely to be driven by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 mobile platform.
Last week, the device was spotted with the SD8G1 chip, 16 GB of RAM, and Android 12 OS at the Geekbench benchmarking site. It scored 1200 in the single-core test of Geekbench 5 and 3489 in its multi-core test.
The company recently confirmed that the Nubia Z40 Pro will arrive with support magnetic wireless charging. In fact, it is likely to debut as the world’s first Android smartphone to arrive with wireless magnetic charging technology. However, there is no information on the charging speeds that it will deliver.
The Z40 Pro is also expected to impress in the camera department. It could be the first-ever smartphone to feature the custom-made Sony IMX787 lens that is said to have a focal length of 35mm and an f/1.6 aperture. The above-shown teaser also hints the support for 35mm focal length.
The Nubia flagship is also said to be equipped with an aerospace-grade heat dissipation unit. The rumor mill is yet to leak the specs of the Z40 Pro. Hopefully, more details of the device will surface before its official announcement.