Nubia Pad 3D – The World’s First Naked-Eye 3D Tablet – Released

Nubia Pad 3D tablet

MWC 2023 is the ideal place to show what you can do. That’s why brands from all over the world are coming to Barcelona to show off. ZTE and its sub-brand, Nubia, are no exception. Today, the latter unveiled many new products in various categories. There were new smartphones, IoT products, smart AR glasses and much more. But we’d like to highlight the first naked-eye 3D tablet called the Nubia Pad 3D.

Nubia 3D Pad Highlights

The Nubia Pad 3D has built-in AI. It was developed by ZTE and a naked-eye 3D technology R&D company called Leia Inc. The latter brought a 3D display technology as well as an AI processing engine. These two enable the tablet to display 3D content. At the same time, the tablet supports AI face tracking. Another feature worth mentioning is AI Photography, which enables front and rear 3D photography. So you can use this tablet to create AI 3D art.

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Nubia Pad 3D tablet

The tablet uses the AI Engine Super Bionic Eye technology. It comes with 8MP and 16MP sensors. Based on a neural network deep learning algorithm, it can achieve full-scene 2D and 3D real-time conversion.

On the front of the tablet is a 12.4-inch 2.5K screen. There are four Dolby Atmos speakers. It has a rich 3D content ecosystem, allowing users to enjoy the industry’s first 3D-enhanced video chat, private 3D cinema and immersive 3D gaming. Under the hood, the Nubia Pad 3D is powered by the Snapdragon 888 chip. The 9070mAh battery also supports 33W fast charging.

For many years there have been complaints that no Android tablet can compete with the Apple iPad. The new Nubia tablet can’t fill that role. But what it does offer is unique. So we think it could attract attention. There is still no info on pricing and ship date.

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