Nubia Z18 Leaked on Spy Photo Showing Border-less Curved Screen

Nubia Z18

Today, the executive editor of “New Wave Electronics showed a spy photo of the upcoming Nubia ‘Comprehensive Screen 3.0’ device. The latter is supposed to be the Nubia Z18. He also said: ‘The full-screen of Nubia’s new flagship has been adopted. It’s an LCD material. It uses a borderless technology, and the engineering machine has really surprised once the screen is lit.’

Nubia Z18

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Actually, Nubia has been offering border-less smartphones starting the Z9. But the upcoming Nubia Z18 is the first to fix the problem related to the rainbow pattern on the edge of the curved glass. It makes the new phones’ screen design provide perfect and visually better experience. Though there is no source disclosing the screen ratio, we think it will be the toppest ones in the industry. Otherwise, the company has no reason to promote it as a full-screen 3.0 device.

The Nubia Z18 has already passed through TENAA and according to the data given by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, it will come with a screen size of 5.99 inches and a body size of 148.58 x 72.54 x 8.55 mm. Therefore, the phone will make no discomfort for single-hand operations.

In terms of configuration, the Nubia Z18 is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. This chip is based on a 10nm LPP process. It also uses the Kryo 385 architecture and an octa-core design. The CPU clock speed reaches 2.8GHz. The SND845 is coupled with an Adreno 630 GPU, 6GB LPDDR4X RAM, and 64GB UFS 2.1 flash memory. It’s said there will be a higher model with an 8GB + 128GB memory combination.

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  1. Salvo325
    May 10, 2018

    Nubia is impacted too with qualcomm ban for zte ?

    • Cha Lie
      May 10, 2018

      Yes you are right, but ZTE wasn’t banned from using kirin or Zynos and yet those are some of the chips that bring the fight to Snapdragon.

  2. Cha Lie
    May 10, 2018

    If the information is legit, I would probably want to own a 6.5 version of the same device

  3. Cinegain
    May 11, 2018

    Hope so! The Z9 was legendary. The Z11 and Z17 never really appealed to me and I went Huawei P flagships instead. They could have me back again if this pans out to be a stunner!