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Nubia Z18 appears online again – photos confirm displays without frames

At the time the Nubia Z18 Mini was made official last April, many imagined that waiting for the Nubia Z18 would not be too long. On the other hand, on the web the rumors about the new device were already many, starting from the peculiar feature, that is the almost nonexistent frames.

However, to date, there is still no trace of the Nubia Z18 smartphone. To date, in fact, because after weeks of silence, new images have appeared online regarding the expected device. The photos, published by the SlashLeaks site, as well as confirming the arrival of the handset also offer the possibility of combing the aesthetic details and realize a little better than the hardware structure.

As widely announced in previous “leaks”, Nubia’s new smartphone features a virtually “borderless” display, with the exception of a slight stretch at the bottom. The volume button and the power button are clearly visible on the right side. At the moment it is not yet possible to define these images corresponding to 100% to the Nubia Z18, but if so it would emerge a design quite different than the Mini version launched in April. A few more details could give the back of the laptop, which unfortunately is not shown in these images.

As for the technical specifications, Nubia Z18 is equipped with a 5.9-inch HD LCD display. The new phone of the ZTE branch will also be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor, combined with 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM, while the internal storage will be 64 GB and 128 GB respectively. The smartphone also has a dual camera on the back, with 24-megapixel and 8-megapixel sensors, and a single 8 MP camera, located on the front. Nubia Z18 will have as Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. To date, no information has yet been received regarding the prices and availability of the new Nubia device, but we will certainly know more in the coming days.

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