ZTE’s nubia line has some striking designs that house the powerful chipset of the day – for the Z17 that was the Snapdragon 835 and for this newly leaked nubia NX606J it’s the Snapdragon 845.
The nubia Z17s was the first in the line to feature a tall screen, 17:9. The new device – let’s call it the nubia Z19 because its model name is clunky – has an 18:9 screen. Its resolution is 1,080 x 2,160px.
The Snapdragon 845 chipset runs Android 8.0, though this being a nubia means the OS is heavily customized. There’s 6GB of RAM (good) with 32GB of storage (half what the Z17s had).
That’s a bit unexpected, but the AnTuTu score is inline with the Galaxy S9+ score.
"unexpected that the score is same as S9" .... wow, really?!@#$/ Im guessing not only samsung can employ software engineers to work on their ui! "Unexpectedly" this is not the first smartphone to be quicker than Samsungs flagship. Othe oem's ...
V20 can be considered ugly but G6 and V30 hell no they are thegreatest looking phone by LG