A potential Nubia Z30 passes through 3C testing with 120W fast charging
Nubia is a division of the smartphone OEM ZTE that seems to have thrown all its weight behind its Android gaming series RedMagic over the last few years. That is a slight shame, as the last generation of its other flagship Z line stood out with a rear-facing secondary display. Now, however, there are signs that it is back in 2021, albeit possibly without the Z20's most distinctive feature.
A new leak on this subject concerns the latest device Nubia has had approved for sale in China by the 3C authority. It is pretty apparent that this NX667J is a premium device, as it outpaces the vast majority of phones on the market, even the new Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Mi Mix Fold, when it comes to charging.
It has been registered alongside a battery rated to do so at up to 120W. This would indeed put it on par with the Snapdragon 888-powered RedMagic 6 Pro (the Chinese-market variant, at least). The "Z30" is also said to launch with the same processor, and also to rock a periscope zoom camera.
Its front panel, on the other hand, might feature the under-display camera omitted in ZTE's 'other' new flagships, the Axon 30 Pro and Ultra. Then again, Nubia has yet to confirm this rumored product name, or, presuming this is forthcoming, set a launch date for it.