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Nubia X

Nubia, a subsidiary of the Chinese phone company ZTE, showed off its unique Nubia X phone at this year's CES 2019.   

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The phone is unique because it has two screens, a standard 6.3-inch LCD display you'd see on most phones and a 5.1-inch OLED display on the back (pictured here) that helps you take selfies.

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Though originally announced in October 2018, we were able to take a look at the phone for ourselves for the first time and it's really cool.

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Another look at the Nubia X from its other side.

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The phone has a bezel-less display and doesn't have a front-facing camera. 

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A closer look at the phone's super thin bezels.

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Instead, there are two cameras on the back and the rear display is supposed to be your viewfinder to snap the perfect photo.

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In addition, the phone features an in-screen fingerprint reader, Android 8.1 Oreo and a Snapdragon 845 chipset.

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This isn't the only phone with a second rear screen. In 2014, the YotaPhone 2 featured a standard front LCD and a secondary E Ink display on the back for reading e-books.

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Unfortunately, Nubia is only selling the X in China. However, it did say it plans to release a sequel later this year, which it hopes to sell in other markets. 

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