The new ZTE Nubia Z50S Pro is now official. The third colorway for the ZTE Nubia Z50S Pro was added at the last minute. The first two try to seem like a genuine camera, with a camera hump that resembles a lens and a gripping leatherette texture. The camera island is embellished with an opalescent ring in the third option, which is inspired by ice.
Camera specs of the Nubia Z50S Pro
Nubia has added its trademark to the latest smartphone i.e., the 35mm lens. It is a 1G+6P lens with a wide f/1.59 aperture. Besides this, it is accompanied by an OIS and a large 50MP 1/1.49” sensor. Furthermore, the smartphone features a 50MP ultra-wide camera with a 13mm lens. It has the capacity to double as a macro camera given its ability to focus at just 2.5cm/1in. There is also an 80mm telelens accompanied by a 16MP sensor. It can be used to capture images from afar.
Display specs of the Nubia Z50S Pro
On the front, the smartphone features a large 6.78” AMOLED display. It has the support for 1,260 x 2,800px resolution. This 10-bit panel supports both DC dimming and 2,160Hz high-frequency PWM dimming. Furthermore, it has 100% DCI-P3 coverage. Do note that like the Red Magic series, this isn’t a gaming-focused smartphone however, it is quite proficient in this manner also. It offers a refresh rate of 120Hz and a touch sampling rate of 1,000Hz. The sampling rate decrease down to 720Hz when multiple fingers are used.
The smartphone is powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 chipset. The chipset consists of a 3.36GHz prime core and improved GPU. The smartphone is fueled by a 5,100mAh battery. It has the support for 80W fast charging.
Pricing and availability
Chinese users can pre-order the ZTE Nubia Z50S Pro. The sales are expected to begin next week by Thursday. The 12/256GB variant is priced at CNY 3,700 ($515/€460/₹42,250). Besides this, the smartphone comes in 12GB/1TB and 16GB/1TB configurations as well. The smartphone is available in three different colors i.e., white, black, and khaki. The white version is a bit more expensive than the other color variants.
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