The Nubia Z40 Pro is coming next month and the company is already teasing important upgrades for performance and imaging. We do not yet have indications regarding its design, but we already know something about the technical specifications that will make it up.
As can be clearly seen in the posters, the brand has confirmed the presence of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which combines a dissipation system with new materials similar to those used for aerospace components.
The company talks about a graphene plate with micro-cavities, a system that would allow it to greatly increase the dissipative capacity. According to Nubia tests, the smartphone would be able to run a game like Geshin Impact at just 25 ° C.
Besides, Nubia Z40 Pro adds an intriguing novelty for the camera sector. It will be the first smartphone in the world to mount the brand new Sony IMX787 with a custom 35mm lens.
We also know it will have an f / 1.6 focal aperture, OIS stabilization, and Omni-directional autofocus. According to the company’s statements, this custom lens would guarantee a series of advantages: -35% image distortion, + 80% light absorption, and + 78% sharpness.
Price and Release Date of Nubia Z40 Pro
Nubia has already confirmed the Z40 line will be officially launched in February but has not specified an exact date when it will be unveiled. It is possible that more details about the device will be revealed in the next few weeks. As for the price, there are no rumors whatsoever, but we can always assume around $750/800.
In addition, the online store ZTE Mall has a landing page for the Nubia Z40 Pro detailing the trade-in program. Sending an old phone for recycling will give buyers a 15% subsidy to buy a new flagship phone. Additionally, they can add a MyCare+ subscription or a free pair of ZTE LiveBuds Pro TWS headsets.
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