ZTE Nubia Z18S Is Seen In the TENAA and Confirms the Dual Screen

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Recently appeared video from Nubia Z18S showed the presence of a second display on the back of the phone reminiscent of the design of YotaPhone, but unlike the latter, it has a full-fledged OLED panel instead of E-Ink. Today, the device has arrived at TENAA and now shows all its specifications. TENAA says the model number of this device is NX616J, similar to Nubia Z18 (NX606J).

The main screen is a 6.26-inch LCD with 1080 x 2280-pixel resolution, while the smallest screen located on the back is a 5.1-inch, 720 x 1520-pixel OLED. The Smartphone is powered by an octa-core processor that operates at 2.6GHz. Eventually, this should be a Snapdragon 845. It will come with 6GB of RAM or 8GB of RAM with 64GB or 128GB of non-expandable storage. That is, no microSD slot.

As shown in the live photos, the phone has only two cameras and they are above the smaller screen. TENAA says the cameras are the combination of a 24MP sensor and a 16MP sensor. He also confirms that the phone has a fingerprint sensor, although we still have no idea where it is (probably mounted sideways). This is the same camera setting as the Nubia Z18. So the performance should be the same.

The Nubia Z18S comes with a 3.800mAh battery with support for fast charging and runs Android 8.1 Oreo. The dimensions are 154.1 x 73.30 x 8.65 mm and weight 178 grams. When it’s released, it will be available in gold and black.

Unfortunately, TENAA did not provide images of the device, but as a matter of fact, we had already seen everything and you can also see in the above vdeo. For the moment, ZTE has not wanted to confirm or deny any of the information related to the Nubia Z18S. However, approval by a body such as TENAA makes us think that the launch is very close.

Read Also: Nubia Z18 Hands-On Images: Top Model With 91.8% Using the Front For Display

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