CES 2019: Nubia X has a display on the back and a sleek bezel-free look
Nubia, a subsidiary of the Chinese phone companies, ZTE, showed off its Nubia X phone at this year's CES.
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 really cool.
The phone is unique because it has two screens, a standard 6.3' LCD display You'd see on most smartphones, and a 5.1 inch [UNKNOWN] display on the back that helps you takes selfies.
That's because the phone, which basically has a [UNKNOWN] display, doesn't have a front facing camera.
Instead, there are two cameras on the back, and the rear display is supposed to be your view finder so you can frame that perfect photo.
In addition, the phone features an in screen print reader.
Android 8.1 oreo and a Snap Dragon 845 chipset.
Unfortunately Nubia is only selling the X in China for now.
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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