With customer demanding phones with smaller and smaller bezels, OEMs have been attempting to think of creative solutions for pack however much screen as could be expected into a phone. now, Chinese-mark Nubia is conveying its explanation of that with the new Nubia X and its dual display design.
The Nubia X identify with the notch debacle by just ignoring the principle reason it exists in any case, the front facing camera. This device has slim best and bottom bezels and no indent, yet additionally does not have a front facingcamera altogether. Regardless it has an earpiece and standard sensors up best, yet it utilizes the back camera to shoot selfies.
To empower that, Nubia has slapped a second display case on the back of the X (through Engadget, Nubia). That 720p OLED board is covered up underneath the glass and is entirely practical as a display for the phone. In any case, its main role is to show the camera viewfinder so clients can use that back camera for taking selfies. The camera setup itself here is a double camera 16MP+24MP sets.
As for the rest of the specs, you’ll find a 6.26-inch FHD+ display on the front, Snapdragon 845, up to 8GB RAM/256GB storage, 3,800 mAh battery, and Android 8.1 Oreo.
The Nubia X is certainly a very unique device, but it’s unclear if we’ll ever see it anywhere outside of China. There, the phone will go on sale for 3,299 yuan ($470~) for 6GB/64GB. Another option is available for 4,299 yuan ($620~) that offers 8GB/256GB and a transparent “blue light glass filter” design.