An unknown Nubia smartphone has just secured TENAA’s certification in China. The device which is rumored to be the upcoming Nubia Z20 bears the model number NX627J and has all its specs already on TENAA.
Although TENAA has yet to reveal images of the purported Nubia Z20, the listing reveals quite an interesting feature. The Nubia Z20 as per the listing has two OLED displays – one each on the front and back with a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. The primary screen has come in at 6.42″ diagonally, while the second one at the back is a little more compact at 5.1″.
The listing further reveals the device is powered by a 2.956GHz octa-core processor powers the smartphone which is likely the latest Snapdragon 855+ SoC. It will be available in a 6GB/8GB/12GB RAM variants with 128GB/256GB/512GB non-expandable storage, while it will come fitted with a trio of cameras at the back – comprising of a main 48MP sensor. The listing suggests too that there is a 16MP front sensor, this largely contradicts earlier leaks that suggest the device lacks a front camera sensor.
Expectedly, the listing also shows the Nubia Z20 runs on Android 9 Pie OS, while it is powered by a 4,000mAh battery.
Nubia already has an event scheduled for August 8 in China where it will unveil the Nubia Z20. Until then, we expect to see more official teasers from the Chinese brand.