ZTE Nubia X Starry Night Launched with 512 GB of Storage
ZTE returns to talk about its dual-screen device; Nubia X will arrive in the Starry Night variant with 512GB of internal storage space.
After the release a few days ago of the Nubia Red Magic Mars, everything seemed to indicate that Nubia had finished the year as far as releases are concerned. However, the company did not want to finish 2018 without also presenting a special edition of Nubia X.
If there is something that caught the attention of this phone in its launch was its two screens, in addition to the absence of the camera for selfies. Now, the Chinese news portal MyDrivers has reported the launch of a variant of Nubia X, called Starry Night and equipped with 512GB of storage.
Apart from the storage (and the consequent price increase), the Nubia X Starry Night is identical to the original model that was presented in October. We have the main screen of 6.26 inches with Full HD+ resolution and a secondary screen of 5.1 inches with HD+ resolution in the back, both with a ratio of 19: 9 and no notch.
Both the Nubia X and Nubia X Starry Night edition include a single camera located in the back, yes, with two sensors of 16 and 24 megapixels and dual LED flash. No trace of front camera, because to take a selfie, simply turn the phone over to use the main camera and the rear screen as a viewfinder.
The two fingerprint scanners (one on each side), the Snapdragon 845 processor and the 3,800 mAh battery with Quick Charge Quick Charge 3.0 complete the rest of Nubia X important characteristics.
The device runs with the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system, which overlaps the company’s Nubia UI 6.0. In addition, during gaming sessions on the main display, users can use their fingers to access game functions on the left and right sides of the rear display.
Price and availability
This new Nubia X Starry Night comes with a configuration of 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for a price of 5,299 yuan. It can already be booked in advance, but the actual launch to the market and shipments are scheduled for December 24.
ZTE had a controversial start to the year, as the blockade that occurred on the part of the United States to have violated certain rules of commerce resulted in millions of losses and a very large fine to be able to return to the market.