Shocking news came from Nubia. Smartphone manufacturers who have been part of ZTE made a breakthrough by creating a Nubia X smartphone. The uniqueness of this smartphone is located on the screen and fingerprint, each of which is two.
The main screen of the Nubia X is made of an LCD panel measuring 6.26 inches with a resolution of 2,280 x 1,080 pixels. The bezel is very thin with a screen to body ratio of up to 93.6 percent. While the second screen is on the back, it is made of OLED panels. Dimensions 5.1 inches resolution 1,520 x 720 pixels.
Besides the screen, Nubia X also has two fingerprint sensors. One in front, one behind. This sensor integrates with the navigation buttons. But unfortunately, the Nubia X does not have a 3.5 mm audio jack.
As a flagship smartphone, of course the chipset used is top class, namely Snapdragon 845. For RAM and storage capacity there is a choice of 6/64 GB, 8/128 GB, or 8/256 GB without a microSD slot.
Another interesting thing is the absence of a selfie camera. Yes, so we can use the back camera for selfies. The trick is to use a secondary screen on the back as a viewfinder.
Nubia X is equipped with two rear cameras. Each resolution is 16 MP f / 1.8 and 24 MP f / 1.7. The camera has been supported by artificial intelligence and PDAF to help autofocus.
The smartphone that holds a 3,800 mAh battery is planned to be sold first on November 5. How much it costs? For the 6 / 64GB variant it is sold starting at US $ 473 (Rp7 million). The 8/128 GB variant is sold for US $ 530 (Rp. 8 million). While the 8/256 GB variant sells for US $ 602 (Rp. 9 million).