nubia NX595J: have a look at Nubia’s bezel less flagship!


Oh my… this looks awesome – if you take away the Xiaomi-like wallpaper on it. Have a look at the Nubia NX595J, the first trully bezel less wonder from ZTE, ready to take on the Mi Mix 2 flagship.

nubia NX595J

The device shares similar characteristics with Samsung’s Galaxy S8 flagship but we’re here to go on past them. It appeared earlier today out of nowhere with minimal top/bottom bezels measuring a mere 3mm each, along with an awesome 5,73 inch display. The device has a fully aluminum frame, curved glass on all 4 sides and Gorilla Glass 5 protection of course. 

The not yet unveiled nubia NX595J model (that’s not its official name of course, just a model number), comes with a dual camera set up on its back (with a two tone flash separating the two lenses) and a rear placed fingerprint scanner.

So far we have no idea if this is legit or not, so we advise you to take it with a pinch of salt.

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14 Comments

  1. Budi Darmawan Diswan
    September 19, 2017

    nubia always launch decent smartphone but the problem is because their product is not set as global product which equiped with chinese rom without google play store…

    • dref
      September 19, 2017

      I bought a Z11 in Spain with an international rom incl google play… Not sure why they wouldn’t do it in India or was it imported?

      • Xiaolu
        September 19, 2017

        How about updates? I bought one for my mother, not sure it even updated to newer versions… But hardware is pretty good, though.

        • dref
          September 20, 2017

          I got eta update up to 6, you can find the 7 rom but no eta, I’m still on 6 and it works fine…

  2. Budi Darmawan Diswan
    September 19, 2017

    nubia always launch decent smartphone but the problem is because their product is not set as global product which equiped with chinese rom without google play store…

    • dref
      September 19, 2017

      I bought a Z11 in Spain with an international rom incl google play… Not sure why they wouldn’t do it in India or was it imported?

    • Xiaolu
      September 19, 2017

      How about updates? I bought one for my mother, not sure it even updated to newer versions… But hardware is pretty good, though.

    • dref
      September 20, 2017

      I got eta update up to 6, you can find the 7 rom but no eta, I’m still on 6 and it works fine…

  3. Jay
    September 20, 2017

    Sepaking about the Nubia line, whatever happened to their Axon series? High time an Axon 8 saw light of the day.

    • NextHype
      September 20, 2017

      There are rumors about ZTE skipping this year, and waiting to release their next flagship in 2018.
      ZTE invested in the US market in 2016/2017 and are struggling to meet the demand and quality of service according to western standards, some are saying ^^

  4. Jay
    September 20, 2017

    Sepaking about the Nubia line, whatever happened to their Axon series? High time an Axon 8 saw light of the day.

    • NextHype
      September 20, 2017

      There are rumors about ZTE skipping this year, and waiting to release their next flagship in 2018.
      ZTE invested in the US market in 2016/2017 and are struggling to meet the demand and quality of service according to western standards, some are saying ^^

  5. September 20, 2017

    I’ve had the Z9 for well over 2 years before I really felt like I needed to get with the times (NFC, USB-C, new powerhouse, etc). It was way beyond its time. Unlike the Z11 and Z17 that in my eyes didn’t really take things to the next level from a user experience point of view. And I liked the fact the Z9 used proper (though, touch sensitive) navigation buttons, the onscreen keys are not my cup o tea. And when you have a home button, like my current phone, the Huawei P10 Plus DualSIM, you can make it a multiuse one and integrate a fingerprintreader there as well, I don’t like the ones on the back. Will be interesting to see if this has a headphone jack, IR blaster and wireless charging. If they go back to what the Z9 did way back when and give that a 2017/2018 twist, I might just jump on it. Also actually liked the results with NeoVision better than what I have now even with the fancy ‘Leica’ co-operation.

  6. Cinegain
    September 20, 2017

    I’ve had the Z9 for well over 2 years before I really felt like I needed to get with the times (NFC, USB-C, new powerhouse, etc). It was way beyond its time. Unlike the Z11 and Z17 that in my eyes didn’t really take things to the next level from a user experience point of view. And I liked the fact the Z9 used proper (though, touch sensitive) navigation buttons, the onscreen keys are not my cup o tea. And when you have a home button, like my current phone, the Huawei P10 Plus DualSIM, you can make it a multiuse one and integrate a fingerprintreader there as well, I don’t like the ones on the back. Will be interesting to see if this has a headphone jack, IR blaster and wireless charging. If they go back to what the Z9 did way back when and give that a 2017/2018 twist, I might just jump on it. Also actually liked the results with NeoVision better than what I have now even with the fancy ‘Leica’ co-operation.