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The Nubia Red Magic Mars gaming phone is coming to North America and Europe for $399

If there's something that Nubia has been doing right, at least as of lately, it's bringing heat into the competition with, well, interesting-looking phones. Just look at the Nubia X for an example. The device removes the front-facing camera and instead opts for adding a secondary display on the back for selfies in an effort...

Nubia Red Magic gaming phone with RGB LED strip, GameBoost button, and Snapdragon 835 launches in India

The gaming phone niche rose to prominence in the Android smartphone market in 2017. The Razer Phone was the first phone to draw attention to itself as a phone for gamers, and it was followed by the Razer Phone 2 this year. Other companies such as Asus, Xiaomi, and Nubia have since entered the gaming...

Nubia Red Magic Mars gaming phone launches with up to 10 GB RAM and shoulder buttons

ZTE's Nubia sub-brand makes some interesting devices, though most of these quirky devices remain limited to China only. Recently, the company had launched the Nubia X, a device with dual displays and dual fingerprint sensors, but no front camera. And now, the company has launched the Nubia Red Magic Mars -- a gaming phone with...

[Discussion] What is your favorite smartphone announced in October?

We're already well into the last quarter of 2018, and the cool fall weather reminds us that we're not too far away from 2019 now. But while it's not quite done yet, it's safe to say 2018 has been a pretty exciting year for the smartphone scene. Lots of cool technology, including different kinds of...

Nubia X, Huawei MediaPad T5, and Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite forums are open

Nubia isn't exactly a household name, but it would be an understatement to say that the announcement of the Nubia X caught us off guard. After all, the company took an entirely new (and strange) approach to a bezel-less display. In order to reduce bezels considerably without adding a notch, Nubia simply removed the front...

ZTE Nubia X with dual screens, dual fingerprint scanners, and Snapdragon 845 announced

When Android devices first started popping up, there were a lot of unique designs. However, over time, phones have all started looking the same. Now, the goal of removing all bezels has brought back some of that quirkiness. We're seeing phones with sliding mechanisms and pop-up cameras. The ZTE Nubia X is another device that...

Nubia Z18S and ZTE Blade X2 Max get certified with specs and images

ZTE is an interesting position right now. After concluding a lengthy legal saga, the company can now operate and sell smartphones. It re-entered the Android flagship smartphone space by launching the ZTE Axon 9 Pro at IFA last month. While the Axon 9 Pro is a fairly standard 2018 Android flagship, it's not the only...

ZTE Nubia Z18 is a nearly bezel-less phone powered by the Snapdragon 845

ZTE is truly back in business. Following the surprise unveiling of the ZTE Axon 9 Pro at IFA this year, they've now unveiled the ZTE Nubia Z18. It's a near bezel-less smartphone with a small Essential Phone-esque notch, all powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. It's claimed to have a 91.8% screen-to-body ratio with a...

Nubia Z17S and Nubia Z17 miniS Launched in China with Upgraded Specifications

In its launch event in Shenzhen, China, ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia has announced two new smartphones in its lineup: the Nubia Z17S and Nubia Z17 miniS. Nubia Z17S The Nubia Z17S is an upgraded version of the flagship Nubia Z17 which was launched back in May this year. One of the main highlights of the device is its...

Nubia Z17 Launched with Snapdragon 835 SoC, 8GB of RAM, and Quick Charge 4+

ZTE's sub-brand Nubia has announced a new flagship in its home country, China, called the Nubia Z17. With the Nubia Z17, the Chinese OEM aims to deliver flagship smartphone experience with top-of-the-line hardware and premium design without raising the price bar too high. While not as popular as other Chinese OEMs such as Huawei and...