The ZTE nubia Z40 Pro was made mainly for an exceptional gaming-oriented experience with a discreet and beautiful design and phenomenal as one of the best smartphones one has ever heard of.
The durability of the design with a 6.67-inch centered single-hole micro-curved screen feels wonderful. The starlight AG glass method is used on the fuselage, and the micron-level flash crystal surface is etched, making it shiny under the light and incredibly delicate to the touch.
The device is mostly concerned with bespoke optics. The main camera, the IMX787, has been modified to have a humanistic golden focal length similar to 35mm, as well as OIS optical image stabilization.
The 161.9 x 72.9 x 8.4 mm and weighs 199 grams measures could make games navigation easy. Another advantage is the Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Octa-core processor and an Adreno 730 GPU, and it supports Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by).
Longer focal length imaging creates a sense of space and visual tension. The well-known 50MP JN1 ultra-wide-angle and 8MP periscope, of which the periscope ultra-telephoto is a relatively scarce lens this year, are also deserving of commendation, as is Nubia’s readiness to produce a supplementary focal length.
In terms of charging, the 5000 mAh big battery can be charged to 100% in 32 minutes. The short board’s only drawback is that it doesn’t support wireless charging. You can use the gravitational version, which allows 15W magnetic charging if you don’t like the charging port.
The fluency and usefulness of the MyOS12 system have greatly improved over the previous edition, and the functionality now includes support for the global small window, as well as fewer brief adverts. It’s only that the small window’s call-out logic and app adaption still need to be improved.
Overall, Nubia Z40 Pro’s positioning is quite clear, the main camera with 35mm focal length IMX787 offers a novel imaging experience, the anti-shake night shooting algorithm is good, the huge 5000 mAh battery can also accomplish a small 8.46mm body, and the stacking ability cannot be overlooked.
The system, which shares MyOS12 with ZTE, has made significant progress, and the system’s flaws are being addressed. There are also dual Yang and X-axis linear motors available and cost 3399 as starting price. The smartphone comes in a variety of hues, including Interstellar Black and Galaxy, and includes Bluetooth 5.2, GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS, USB Type-C 3.1, and NFC.