This video shows how the stunning Nubia X’s second screen looks in action


Back in October, Nubia a ZTE’s associated company, unveiled its first dual-screen smartphone, the Nubia X. While the device is fast walking to complete two months of existence, it’s still a rare piece of hardware since just a few flash-sales have been carried out.

Thanks to the known leakster, IceUniverse, a new video shared on Twitter shows the smartphone rear OLED display in action, and it simply looks amazing.

The visual effect achieved by the second rear-mounted screen of the smartphone is simply amazing since the company managed to blend the display with the backover color in a perfect mix, that makes impossible to determine when the display ends and the back glass begins.

For now, the rear display can ser as extra touch controls for gaming, but also can show some beautiful animations that are smooth and cool to look, to not mention how practical it makes the process of taking a selfie using the powerful rear camera setup, allowing the manufacturer to make a fully bezel-less display. However, what remains a mystery is how the former ZTE subsidiary achieved to do a so perfect job with the second display. After all, we’ve been used to weird-looking attempts of bringing a functional and simple dual-screen smartphone.

Apparently, Nubia placed the OLED layer under the gradient-colored glass to achieve this finish. The device has been in development for quite some time, but a wave of leaks and rumors started to pop-out a month before the official. Unfortunately, the device still can’t be acquired by the masses. Potential costumers and enthusiasts that are eagerly waiting for the Nubia X should wait for the next flash sale. But worth noting to mention, that considering the flash sales event that occurred earlier in this month, this won’t be an easy task.

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7 Comments

  1. Joe Midnight
    December 1, 2018

    Don’t ever buy anything from ZTE/Nubia. They lied about upgrading the Axon 7 to Oero and bricked peoples phones.

    • Robbo5ooo
      December 1, 2018

      What has Nubia got to do with a ZTE phone?
      Nubia has been a completely independent company for quite a long time now. Try doing some homework before posting nonsense like this.

    • Piotr A
      December 1, 2018

      What you mean independent ? ZTE still has 49,9% of Nubia stock

    • Piotr A
      December 1, 2018

      So try doing some homework before posting nonsense like this

    • Robbo5ooo
      December 2, 2018

      Which means that Nubia is a completely separate company from ZTE now that ZTE no longer own a majority stake.
      ZTE are no longer a parent company and Nubia are no longer a subsidiary, they are both now independent companies in there own right.
      ZTE no longer have any obligations to report on Nubia’s finances, they will only show the shares of Nubia as an asset, the same as they would for any other company they held a minority share in.
      As a large, but minority shareholder, I’m sure ZTE will have one or more of their directors as a non executive director on Nubia’s board of directors, as will Suning Holdings and Suning Commerce, the other main shareholders.

      So, when I mean independent, I mean they are completely separate, independent legal entities. Each with their own staff, their own factories, their own headquarters. Each responsible for developing their own phones, with their own software department responsible for creating and maintaining their own Android based OS

    • Robbo5ooo
      December 2, 2018

      As you can see. I had done my homework. You try doing yours properly before posting your own nonsense.

    • Piotr A
      December 2, 2018

      Seems you read something about stock exchange and you think you ate all wisdom of the world 🙂 ZTE is recognised for espionage on behalf of chinese government. Hint: you should know about privileged voices of the board in this “independent” company . Nobody is independent in China. THINK instead of reading only and pretending forum guru.