Nubia Play will be powered by Snapdragon 765 SoC and 144Hz AMOLED display

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nubia smartphones recently unveiled its new brand identity in a video released last week. Now today the brand has confirmed several specifications of its upcoming phone on their official Weibo profile. The brand new logo will be shining on the back of the phone dubbed as nubia Play. It will be the company’s premium mid-range phone.

Nubia Play – What to expect?

According to the post by Ni Fei, the company’s co-founder, the new nubia phone will be packing a high refresh rate display. To be precise it will be an AMOLED display offering 144Hz refresh rate. One of the highest in the industry. While the company’s Red Magic line-up has been early to adapt to these new refresh rate standards. Primarily for its gaming audience, but the world is shifting to high refresh rate model.

For example, OnePlus has ante up its game with the introduction of the 120Hz. While it is still slightly inferior to the Redmi Magic 5G’s 144Hz, the brands across the countries are releasing phones with 90Hz and above refresh rate in the pricing category as below as Rs 15,000. There are a couple of examples in India as well. Starting with realme 6 series, and once you go little higher, there is a 120Hz display powered Poco F2.

Talking more about the Nubia Play, it will be powered by Snapdragon 765 chipset, which Qualcomm introduced recently as a part of its new 700 series line-up. It is believed to be a quite powerful chipset. There’s no information available regarding the RAM and storage configuration variants.

Earlier, we learned little about the rear camera setup. The primary sensor will be a 48MP Sony sensor, version unknown, housing a quadruple setup on the rear. There will be a huge 5100mAh capacity battery in Play, for you to play longer. The nubia Play is all set for a launch on April 21st. Stay tuned in for the update of the launch event.


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