Nubia X has found an ingenious solution to the notch problem: it has two screens. We were able to approach him at CES 2019.
It will not be released in France, but we could not help but go find it on the Nubia booth at CES 2019. The concept of this smartphone is simple: a second screen at the back allows you to take selfies with the main camera. This simple solution eliminates the need for a notch or hole on the main screen at the front.
One of the other most impressive aspects of the Nubia X's second screen is the way it totally disappears when turned off. As much to say that the Nubia X is very impressive in hand, even if I remain skeptical about this tendency to integrate a surplus of nonessential components.
It would have been better to have an OLED screen at the front rather than an LCD IPS screen, probably a cost history. This screen is still very impressive with such fine borders. This smartphone looks undeniably cool and avant-garde and, to the credit of Nubia, the passage between the two screens is transparent and fluid.
The main screen is a 6.26-inch LCD screen in Full HD resolution (2280 x 1080p), while the back screen is an OLED screen with HD resolution (1520 x 720 pixels). There are also two fingerprint sensors, located on the left and right edges of the smartphone, along the aluminum frame. The idea here is that, regardless of the type of screen used by the user, there will always be a sensor at your fingertips.
It also includes a battery with a capacity of 3800 mAh, 6 or 8 GB of RAM, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 still present on the high end. Unfortunately, it will not be distributed in France or in Europe.
The Nubia X looks a lot like the Vivo Nex 2 that we could take in hand. As you can see, both smartphones share the same concept.