After sharing a series of images highlighting the photographic power of its next affordable flagship, Nubia used its social networks to announce the official launch date of the device.
According to the company, the Nubia Z20 will be made official at an event that will take place on August 8 in Beijing, China. However, the manufacturer declined to elaborate on the technical specifications and features of the device.
Still, the date has caught the attention of local audiences as Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7th. Some even joked about the coincidence.
In addition to bringing the date, the announcement also confirms that the Nubia Z20 is the direct successor of the Z18. For now, although the datasheet is not available, the market expects China’s new flagship to be made official with Snapdragon 855 and 8 GB of RAM.
Following the example of the Oppo Reno 10x and Huawei P30 Pro, the Nubia Z20 will also ship with a 10x proximity zoom lens. As we have shown earlier, to ensure sharp and clear photos, the company should use a 48 MP sensor, but with a solution that fuses four pixels into one.