Beautiful-looking Nubia Z60 Ultra Starry Night To be Available Globally

Nubia Z60 back design

Nubia Z60 Ultra was among the very first smartphones to launch with the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 flagship SoC. Nubia eventually brought the Android phone to the global market. However, the Starry Night Limited Edition variant remained exclusive to China at launch.

Well, Nubia will finally bring the beautiful-looking limited version of the Z60 Ultra outside China. This variant of the smartphone will be available from April 28th, which is just three days away from now. But if you want to get it, you need to hurry as the stock will be very limited.

Z60 Ultra Starry Night

About the Nubia Z60 Ultra

As we have covered in our report during the launch, the Nubia Z60 Ultra stands as a great flagship phone. With Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, the smartphone can handle anything you throw at it. Paired with up to 24 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of storage, it’s a proper flagship device.


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But the Nubia Z60 Ultra isn’t all about raw performance. It’s also about delivering a great camera performance. The smartphone comes with a triple camera setup on the back. It comprises a 50 MP primary unit, a 64 MP periscope, and a 50 MP ultrawide. With this, the phone has what it takes to capture your favorite moments with enhanced details.

Besides, the Z60 Ultra has support for Snapdragon Sound, which means you get detailed audio output. The wireless connectivity is also flagship-grade. It features the latest Bluetooth 5.4 and supports aptX Lossless and aptX Adaptive. Also, you get a dependable run time out of the 6000 mAh battery, which can charge at 80 watts.

Z60 Ultra starry night

As for the price, the Nubia Z60 Ultra launched in the international market at $779. The company hasn’t shared the international pricing information for the Starry Night version yet. But given that it’s a limited-edition phone, it will be higher than $779.

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