Nubia releases its Z9 borderless smartphone

Nubia unveils its boarderless Z9 Android-based smartphone featuring some awesome gesture controls.

Published Thu, Jun 4 2015 6:47 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:06 PM CST

Chinese based smartphone manufacturer Nubia has released its 2015 flagship device in a recently issued press release - the borderless Nubia Z9.

Based on Android, this phone offers a 16 MP camera with image stabilization, fingerprint sensor technology and a release date of Q3 2015 in the United States. Said to be priced between $564 - $725 on release, this phone certainly looks promising.

The boarderless design includes a 5.2-inch full HD screen and Refractive Conduction Technology in order to provide what it claims is "more dazzling visual effects than any other smartphone of similar size."

Grip and gesture controls are also included, featuring the ability to complete tasks such as camera app launching by turning the phone sideways and playing four fingers on the edge of the screen as you grip it ready for a shot or you can take a selfie simply by squeezing the phone with one hand.

As for the internals, the classic edition comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage for $564, the Elite with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage for $645 and the Exclusive model simply adds fingerprint sensor technology and will set users back $725.

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