After releasing the basic Z50 smartphone in December of last year, Nubia introduced the Z50 Ultra (review) as their new flagship model earlier this month in March of this year. According to recent reports, the company is now working on a third item that will be part of the Z50 line. The company has already teased the launch of a new flagship phone series without revealing the name. It is speculated that it will be referred to as the Nubia Z50S Pro. The soon-to-be-released product was discovered to have passed both the 3C certification and the Geekbench benchmarking platform. Read on to know more details about the device.
Geekbench and 3C have both identified the Nubia Z50S Pro smartphone:
On the Geekbench benchmarking platform as well as the 3C certification website, the Nubia Z50S Pro can be found listed under the model number NX713J. The former exposes a motherboard with the codename Kalama, which has three cores running at 2.02GHz, four cores operating at 2.80GHz, and one core operating at 3.36GHz. This is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 system-on-a-chip combined with the Adreno 740 graphics processing unit. According to the benchmark listing, it will launch with the Android 13 operating system and it has 12 GB of RAM. At the time of the launch, we should also anticipate more RAM and storage combinations.
The Nubia Z50S Pro receives a score of 1,564 and 5,115 points, respectively, in the single-core and multi-core tests that are part of the Geekbench benchmark. The listing discloses that it will come equipped with support for 80W rapid charging, which is required for 3C certification.
There is no extra information on the Nubia Z50S Pro that can be gleaned from the listings, which only provide the information that has already been mentioned. An earlier source indicated that the next Nubia flagship will allegedly come equipped with a main camera that has been modified, which is believed to provide an enhanced photographic experience.
In the following days, we anticipate gaining access to further information on the impending Nubia phone.