ZTE is said to unveil the new Nubia Z30 Pro smartphone tomorrow being May 20. Ahead of the launch, the high quality renders of the phone has appeared. ZTE even teased that the smartphone will sport a 120W fast charging support. The 120W charger will juice up the phone in under 15 minutes. There are reports that the Nubia Z30 Pro will be a rebadged Axon 30 Ultra and the renders yesterday (18 May 2021) confirmed that.
Now the latest report is that the ZTE Nubia Z30 Pro full specs have appeared on the TENAA certification platform. The TENAA certification revealed that it has the model number “NX667J”. TENAA also revealed its complete specifications and features. The images used on TENAA is similar to the high quality renders we shared with you yesterday. Let’s take a look at the specifications by TENAA.
ZTE Nubia Z30 Pro full specifications.
The Nubia Z30 Pro will come with a 6.67 inches OLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Understand that hood, it is powered by the Snapdragon 888 flagship chipset which uses an Octa-core processor clocked at 2.84GHz. Assisted by the Adreno 660 GPU.
The phone will run on the Android 11 operating system paired with 6GB RAM, 8GB RAM, 12GB RAM and 128GB, 256GB, 512GB inbuilt storage respectively. It will feature a quad rear camera setup. The main sensor will be a 64-mega pixel with 5x Optical Zoom and 100X Digital Zoom (as per TENAA).
There will also be an 8MP Periscope Lens on the rear. A 16-mega pixel camera is sitting in a punch-hole cut-out. ZTE Nubia Z30 Pro will feature an under-display fingerprint scanner. It will also come with a dual-cell battery, each will be 1,985mAh making it a total of 4000mAh battery capacity. There will be a 120W fast charging support as mentioned above.
The dimensions of the phone include 161.83 mm × 73.1 mm × 8.5 mm and it weighs 198 grams. The Colour options are Black and Grey. The phone will be unveiled tomorrow, we will be able to know the price that tomorrow.
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