- The Nubia Z30 Pro has made its first-ever appearance on Geekbench.
- Looking at the single and multi-core scores of 1,114 and 3,696, it appears to be running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.
- Other Nubia Z30 Pro specs include an under-display selfie camera, triple rear cameras, and an AMOLED display.
Little is known about ZTE’s upcoming Nubia Z30 Pro smartphone. We know the phone is slated for a May 20th launch in China. We now have our first glimpse at some of the key Nubia Z30 Pro specifications, thanks to its recent Geekbench listing. Based on its single-core score of 1,114 and multi-core score of 3,696, it is quite obvious that the phone is running a flagship chipset. A little more digging reveals that the Nubia Z30 Pro runs an Adreno 660 GPU and has one CPU core clocked at 2.8GHz. The ‘lahaina’ motherboard reveals that the Numbia Z30 Pro ships with the Snapdragon 888 SoC.
Based on some official teasers, it is clear that the Nubia Z30 Pro will ship with an under-display selfie camera. Interestingly enough, it won’t be the first ZTE phone to do so. The Axon 20 5G beat it to the punch last year. The Nubia phone is also teased to come with an AMOLED panel, four rear camera modules, and support for 100x hybrid zoom. More details about the smartphone should emerge within the week leading to its launch.
Unfortunately, those looking to get their hands on a Nubia Z30 Pro in India will have to import the smartphone. ZTE has virtually no market presence in India, at least in the smartphone market. The few-odd low-cost smartphones that it did launch in the country were met with a tepid response, with most consumers opting for devices made by its compatriot Xiaomi.