ByZim Watson 2019-05-07 379
Nubia's next gaming smartphone promises to be more than impressive. To make people talk about him, he relies on his integrated fan, promising a complete cooling of the device.
The mobile based on video games offers a really interesting technical sheet. It is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor coupled with 12 GB of RAM (maximum): enough to display extremely high quality performance during your game sessions. 256 GB of storage is also available for added convenience. And to enjoy long games, a 5,000 mAh battery is present in the phone with a 27 W fast charge.
On the screen, you can count on a 6.65-inch Amoled slab of Full HD+ definition (2340 x 1080 px) with a 90 Hz refresh rate, as well as HDR10 compatibility. Note that the image will not fill the entire front surface of the mobile, space having been kept at the top and bottom to house a photographic sensor, but also large (and thin) speakers.
Finally, it is likely to be a very good photophone since it includes a Sony IMX586 sensor of 48 MP (using the binning pixel technique) that can already be found in the Xiaomi Mi9 and its Mi9 SE version, or the Honor View 20. The lens opens at f/1.7 and is wide angle (80.32°). At the front, a 16MP sensor is available. For the video part, he will be able to film up to 8K and Nubia specifies that it will be possible to take slow motion at 1920 fps, all in HD quality. A module that also has the shape of Superman's logo, certainly not a coincidence given the (super) features displayed.
For the rest, it includes a 3.5 mm mini-jack jack with DTS:X compatibility for surround sound. And for more immersion, a motor triggering vibrations - like on a joystick - is inside. Finally, with its IP55 standard, it is protected against water jets and dust resistant.
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