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Upcoming Smartphones from Vivo, Nubia, and More

Smartphone launches keep passing despite we’re nearing the end of time. There will be three further events coming week. All of them will be hosted by different brands. The companies that will be releasing phones coming week are Nubia, Vivo, and Infinix. The former two will unveil new products in their home country China, whereas the ultimate will debut a being handset in India.

It’s worth noting that Vivo just lately blazoned the Vivo X90 series. The establishment will be holding its coming big conference exactly a month latterly. With that out of the way let’s take a look at all the phones that are listed to go sanctioned in the coming days.

Nubia Z50

Nubia Z50 is set to launch in China on December 19( Monday). It’ll be blazoned at an event, which is listed to start at 2 PM GMT 8. The advertisement will be live-streamed on Weibo and leading Chinese videotape streaming platforms. The Nubia Z50 will be the first-pro model in the lineup after a long while. As per teasers and leaks, it’ll be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.

Upcoming Smartphones from Vivo, Nubia, and More

The handset will feature a triadic camera system with a custom 35 mm lens. It’ll be backed by a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 80W presto wired charging. Last but not least, it’ll be available in white, black, and green color options.

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Infinix Zero Ultra

The Infinix Zero Ultra has been verified to launch in India on December 20( Tuesday). It’s anticipated to go sanctioned at 12 PM IST via press release and social media. Since the device is formally sanctioned in multiple requests, we know everything about it. The only effects not known are its price and vacuity in India.

Upcoming Smartphones from Vivo, Nubia, and More

The smartphone comes with a6.8- inch 120Hz twisted AMOLED display, MediaTek Dimensity 920 SoC, OIS- a supported 200MP camera, an in- screen point detector, binary stereo speakers, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a MicroSD card niche, and more. Eventually, it draws energy from a 4,500 mAh battery with support for 180W presto wired charging.

Vivo S16 Series

The Vivo S16 series is listed to launch in China on December 22( Thursday). It’ll be presented at a conference, which will start at 7 PM GMT 8. The event will be live-streamed on popular Chinese videotape streaming platforms and social media websites like Weibo.

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Upcoming Smartphones from Vivo, Nubia, and More

According to leaks and teasers, the lineup will correspond of three models, videlicet Vivo S16, Vivo S16 Pro, and Vivo S16e. They will be powered by Domensity 8200, Snapdragon 870, and Exynos 1080 chipsets, independently. All three phones will look nearly identical in terms of design. They will come with an LED ring light on the reverse for portrayal shots.

The vanilla and pro models are said to arrive with a 50MP selfie camera. The ultimate is also said to point to a 50MP Sony IMX766 primary hinder camera. All three will transport with Android 13. The S16 and S16e will have support for 66W fast charging.


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