While we’ve seen Android phone makers, especially ones like Oppo and OnePlus, try different things with spring up cameras to make phones with no showcase patterns, China’s Nubia is moving toward the test in an abnormal manner. Rather than a spring up selfie camera, the organization’s most recent telephone, the Z20, gets rid of any unattractive scores by including an auxiliary 5.1-inch show that is on the back of the gadget. Along these lines, when you need to take a selfie, you can utilize the Z20’s essential camera to snap a shot.
Other than filling in as a viewfinder, the Z20’s optional screen can likewise serve as a consistently in plain view, demonstrating to you your warnings on the back of the phone. On the off chance that you need to spare battery life, Nubia proposes you can utilize it as your essential presentation after all other options have been exhausted. Likewise, it’s conceivable to utilize the presentation for performing multiple tasks by putting two separate applications on each screen – however always flipping your telephone appears as though it would get dull rapidly. It’s additionally worth referencing that the Z20’s auxiliary showcase is both less splendid and not as thick as its primary partner, so whether you’ll really need to utilize it much of the time is difficult to state.
Otherwise, the Z20 is about what you expect from a high-end Android phone in 2019. It features Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, which has only made its way to a handful of phones this year, including the OnePlus 7T and ASUS ROG Phone 2. Additionally, it includes 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Powering the phone is a 4,000mAh battery. With a 27W power adapter, Nubia claims you can charge the battery to full in under 100 minutes. As for the main display, it measures in at 6.42 inches and features a 2,340 x 1,080 resolution.