One thing popularized by Chinese smartphone makers in the mobile market is rebadging their devices based on the market they’re selling it and while that is cool, there are usually some feature tweaks here and there to makes things quite different even though there is usually nothing much or too obvious changes.
If you are unaware, Xiaomi is very notorious for this and that’s for a fact. There is also ZTE which is attempting to take the smartphone market by storm with the release of its Nubia Z30 Pro – which is actually just a rebadged Axon 30 Ultra.
If you don’t understand what I’m saying, just take a look at the image below and you’ll see that this is basically the Axon 30 Ultra considering the camera system design and also the rear view finder.
The above image was posted by ZTE in order to showcase one of the multiple color options users will be getting when the ZTE Nubia Z30 Pro gets released however, this is just the Axon 30 Ultra – unless you’ve never seen the latter which you can be forgiven for but below are even more images that you can look at to see the device in its full beauty.
Nubia has dubbed the color Interstellar Silver and has spruced up the design by adding a darker coat of paint to the area beside the camera module. The images confirm the phone has three 64MP cameras too and a periscope camera for zoom.
Smartphones that have viewfinders at the back right beside their rear-camera systems are becoming prominent and thanks to companies like ZTE, Xiaomi and others making it popularized and to some degree, I think Chinese smartphone brands are becoming the pacesetter in terms of smartphone design aesthetics because there is always something new to expect from them every year.
A live photo of the device has also shown up on the web but it has a darker shade than the renders above.
Features to expect from the device when it finally gets released includes an OLED panel with a very high refresh rate as well as being powered by the ultimate Snapdragon 888 chipset and 120W ultra fast charging capability.