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Nubia Z18 After All Appears Without Notch In Real Images

The future flagship of Nubia, the Z18 has been the target of countless leaks of information in recent months. And we have seen an impressive proportion of screen/body, with a small notch for the front camera as in the Essential Phone. However now the last real images of Nubia Z18, come against all this.

The ultra-thin side bezels are nothing new to today’s industry, but when a manufacturer manages to reach a minimum bezel at the top and bottom of the smartphone, everyone loses their heads. Good thing is that the new Nubia Z18 is not sure to break some records but always achieves much finer bezels, than in its predecessor Nubia Z17.

As you can see the top bezel is not large enough to support a camera, only the small, thin headset is located at the top, while the bottom should not support anything. Doubts now begin to hover over where the Z18 front camera may be. We were waiting anxiously for another excellent piece of a device with very little bezel, and a high percentage of the screen, in this case coming from ZTE – Nubia Z18.

As we had already written at the time ZEN Nubia Z18 had not yet fully given its face. But the phone was already shown in a small glimpse, impressive scores were revealed in AnTuTu and we even saw a real photo, where this time the Nubia Z18 appeared with a notch like Essential Phone.

Here we leave some more photos, this time without the strange angles and reflexes. For example, we can now clearly see the Essential style notch that houses the selfie camera. The following picture shows the screen and camera. Its great difference is clearly the notch, that with this new information and image completely dissipates the previous one.

According to TENAA, we are facing a double camera of 24 MP + 8 MP. The selfie camera also has 8 MP. The screen is a 5.99 “LCD with 1080p resolution. Additional specifications include a Snapdragon 845 chipset with custom Android 8.0 and 6 to 8 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage.

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