Nubia Z30 Pro: camera spec leaks emerge alongside official sample photos
ZTE's high-end brand Nubia has announced that it will finally provide a successor to its Z20 soon. Its first teasers have strongly hinted at the integration of its OEM's owner's under-display camera (UDC) technology; however, whether it will be of the first or potentially greatly improved second generation is not clear at present.
What is much more clear is the alleged in-the-wild leak of this Z30 Pro, apparently confirming its UDC-screen nature beyond a doubt. The image also seems to confirm hints from Nubia that the display in question would be 3D-curved.
Nubia has also made the phone's appearance from the back official, by way of a new preview clip promoting the device as a photographer's ideal companion. The video shows a rear camera hump with 4 lenses in an increasingly familiar Tetris-piece conformation. 3 of these sensors are round whereas 1 is square, thereby hinting at a periscope lens.
The prolific Weibo leaker Digital Chat Station also thinks this is the case, and also now asserts the Z30 Pro will have a 64MP main sensor. These details may or may not dovetail with a slew of new photo samples, apparently taken with the Z30 Pro and posted by Nubia, or by other well-known leakers such as @WHYCRY in some cases.
Therefore, Nubia fans can seemingly expect a high-end device with a profound curve in its UDC-toting display capable of appreciable night-scenes and zoom on its launch. Then again, it may ditch the Z20's rear-facing display (the newer model's camera hump glass does extend across the panel in a very Mi 11 Ultra way; however, whether it actually does anything or not is impossible to say at this point) in favor of these up-to-date features.