ZTE Nubia Z20: flexi-display tech, 8K video recording

ZTE's new Nubia Z20 smartphone rocks 8K video recording abilities.

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ZTE has just unveiled its new Nubia Z20 smartphone that has a next-gen "flexible display" that doesn't quite make it a foldable smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, but it's an interesting product nonetheless.

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The new ZTE Nubia Z20 is one of the only smartphones in the world capable of recording 8K video, something the company will be marketing towards professional videographers and enthusiasts. There will be included editing tools, something that will be interesting to see -- on-device 8K video editing? Hmm.

The flexible display sees ZTE using a "flexi" panel that it, and the protective glass, will be curved. This means there will be less of a bezel around the display according to ZTE, which will be interesting to see. We should expect Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 or new Snapdragon 855+ inside of the phone, a bunch of RAM and high amounts of storage to match the flexible display tech and 8K video recording abilities.

ZTE will detail the new Nubia Z20 during its unveiling event in China on August 8.

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