ZTE Nubia Z20 (2019) Key Specification
About ZTE Nubia Z20
The latest Nubia flagship is powered by the new Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset with 6 or 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and UFS 3.0 storage. The battery is rated at 4,000mAh and supports 27W fast charging. The design is one of the key highlights of the Nubia Z20, with the front being adorned by a curved 6.42-inch AMOLED panel at an FHD+ resolution. The bezels are incredibly slim too, and no notch or hole obstructs the viewing experience. Interestingly, there’s no in-display fingerprint scanner, and the biometrics are handled by dual side-mounted fingerprint scanners, catering to both lefties and righties. As for cameras, the ZTE Nubia Z20 has a triple camera array on the back consisting of a 48MP f/1.7 optically stabilized the primary camera, a 16MP ultra-wide camera and an 8MP 3x telephoto camera that can create shots with 30x digital zoom. It can also record in 8K or at 1,920fps slow motion, HDR10 recording, and night mode. All of those will be available for selfies too.
ZTE initially founded as Zhongxing Semiconductor Co., Ltd in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, in 1985, was incorporated by a group of investors associated with China’s Ministry of Aerospace Industry. In March 1993, Zhongxing Semiconductor changed its name to Zhongxing New Telecommunications Equipment Co., Ltd with a capital of RMB 3 million, and created a new business model as a “state-owned and private-operating” economic entity. Ties to the state notwithstanding, the firm evolved into the publicly traded ZTE Corporation, has made an initial public offering (IPO) on the Shenzhen stock exchange in 1997 and another on the Hong Kong stock exchange in December 2004. While the company initially profited from domestic sales it vowed to use proceeds of its 2004 Hong Kong IPO to further expand R&D, overseas sales to developed nations, and overseas production. Making headway in the international telecom market in 2006, it took 40% of new global orders for CDMA networks topping the world CDMA equipment market by the number of shipments. That same year also saw ZTE find a customer in the Canadian Telus and membership in the Wi-Fi Alliance.