Nubia is gearing up for the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Nubia Z60 Ultra, on December 19th. Recent teasers gave us a glimpse of the phone’s circular camera design. Now a new leak has surfaced, offering a more complete picture of the device’s aesthetics.
Nubia Z60 Ultra design surfaced in new leak
Much like the Z50 Ultra, the Z60 will also feature a display with a no-notch design. This means you can expect an under-display selfie camera, and the bezels on all sides appear to be symmetrical. We can also see the flat display of the phone.
Around the back, there’s a large rectangular camera island that covers the entire width of the phone. The camera module has a two-tone finish, with the upper half in a white finish housing a camera sensor in a capsule-style design. To the right of the sensor is an LED light, the Nubia logo, and a red dot, which is possibly for aesthetic purposes.
The bottom half of the camera module is black and houses two camera sensors. One sensor is in a circular cutout with a red accent, while the other is in a rectangular cutout.
The leak also reveals the antenna lines on the frame, confirming that the phone will have a metal frame. Additionally, there’s a physical slider that can be used to mute notifications. The power key and the volume rocker are located on the same right-hand side.
Nubia has also confirmed through a recent Weibo teaser that the Z60 Ultra will boast a 50MP primary sensor with impressive specs: 1/1.56-inch size, f/1.8 aperture, OIS support, and an “eight-wire suspension stabilization motor.”
Furthermore, Nubia claims the Z60 Ultra will feature the world’s first “main-level wide-angle lens,” suggesting the primary camera will offer capabilities similar to an ultra-wide-angle lens.
Besides this, the smartphone will be powered by the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, likely paired with LPDDR5x RAM and UFS 4,0 storage. The phone might also boast IP68 water and dust resistance for added peace of mind.