ZTE Nubia Z60 Ultra Review

The market for high-end smartphones is now flourishing. There are phones designed specifically for gaming, flagships that focus on cameras, flagship killers, and battery champions. However, up until now, there hasn’t been a cameraphone that can also be used for gaming. the Nubia Z60 Ultra aims to fill that gap. Let’s do a brief unpacking before testing. A USB-C cable, an 80W charger, and a hard plastic case are included with the Nubia Z60 Ultra.

With an IP68 waterproof design, an under-display camera, an IP68 Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, and up to 24GB of RAM, the Nubia Z60 Ultra is an all-out flagship.

On paper

though, the camera system truly stands out. ZTE is the only manufacturer who continues to use a 35mm physical primary lens. Which is something that traditional photographers, in particular, like. The focal length of 35mm is smaller than that of 23–24mm, which is the standard these days. A pleasing subject-to-background separation, often known as background blur, at 35mm is also achieved. Mostly due to the large 1/1.49-inch sensor of the Nubia Z60 Ultra.

ZTE Nubia Z60 Ultra Review
ZTE Nubia Z60 Ultra Review

The ultrawide is expected to be as captivating; with a brilliant f/1.8 lens and a large 1/1.55-inch sensor. It is somewhat narrower than normal at 18mm (although still adequately wide). The zoom is a large half-inch sensor on an 85mm f/3.3 periscope.

If the software can match the hardware, the nubia Z60 Ultra’s camera system should deliver excellent results. A last note on design and construction With thick edges, the Nubia Z60 Ultra is a rectangle phone. Even though it weighs a lot (246g), the large 6,000mAh battery is worth it. The phone is housed in a beautiful matte metal body that is smooth to the touch and attractive to look at.

For now, that is all.

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