The mobile phone industry is probably the most competitive market in the world, every player in the industry tries to make the spec of their devices more distinct than others to gain market superiority. A few always break ground but their competitors catch up and overtake and it becomes a cycle.
Vivo seemed to have started a new cycle but ZTE quickly blurts: Not so fast! Today we are going to look at tech wonders; Dual Display phones. In simple terms, they both have one screen at the front and another at the back so no more fancy pouches cause you need to expose your back screen and you can now take selfies with the back camera cause the phone’s back now has a screen.
Let’s take a look at the phones and find out which of them beats the other.
Vivo Nex Dual Display vs ZTE Nubia: Display
The Vivo Nex which will hereinafter be referred to as the Nex has a LTPS IPS LCD capacitive touch screen , 6.26 inches screen size, (~86.6% screen-to-body ratio), 1080 x 2280 pixels screen resolution, its Secondary display (on the back): OLED, 5.1 inches, 720 x 1520 pixels, Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
The ZTE Nubia which will hereinafter be referred to as the Nubia has a LTPS IPS LCD capacitive touch screen, 6.26 inches, (~86.6% screen-to-body ratio), 1080 x 2280 pixels screen resolution. Its Secondary display (on the back): OLED, 5.1 inches, 720 x 1520 pixels, Corning Gorilla Glass 3. This is practically no difference in the specs of the two combatant on their display.
Vivo Nex Dual Display vs ZTE Nubia: Camera
The Nex has a single camera and it’s at the back with 12MP (Sony IMX363, 1.4µm); f/1.79 aperture, dual-pixel PDAF; 2MP, 2.9µm, f/1.8 – for night mode; TOF 3D camera f/1.3 for depth detection. You won’t need a selfie camera for this phone because you can take a selfie from the back.
The Nubia has Dual rear camera with 16 MP, f/1.8, 24 MP, f/1.7, PDAF Dual-LED dual-tone flash, the Nubia also doesn’t need a selfie camera. Who won the camera specs fight?
Vivo Nex Dual Display vs ZTE Nubia: CPU / OS
The Nex has a Snapdragon 845 chipset, octa-core processor and an Android 9.0 Pie with FunTouch OS 4.5. Well, it’s a powerful phone. The Nubia has a Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 chipset, Android 8.1 (Oreo); Nubia UI 6 and an Octa-core processor.
We don’t know what to say about Nubia, any phone using Snapdragon 845 is no baby phone, all we can is let’s the specs battle continue.
Vivo Nex Dual Display vs ZTE Nubia: ROM / RAM
The Nex has a 10GB RAM and a 128GB ROM storage, the Nubia has 6GB/8GB RAM and its ROM ranges from 64GB-128GB ROM, both phones don’t have a microSD slot. Don’t let the lack of microSD slot discourage, perhaps their 128GB internal memory will do just fine for you. We think Nex is leading this fight…
Vivo Nex Dual Display vs ZTE Nubia: Network
The Nex has a Dual-SIM; LTE-A, 3-Band carrier aggregation, Cat.16 (1024Mbps/150Mbps); USB Type-C; Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac; GPS; Bluetooth 5.0. The Nubia is GSM / CDMA / HSPA / EVDO / LTE enabled, it has the USB c and Bluetooth 5.0. It’s as though the two phones were made an almost complete replica of the other.
Vivo Nex Dual Display vs ZTE Nubia: Battery
The Nex has a 3,500mAh Li-Ion; 22.5W Fast Charging battery and the Nubia has a Non-removable Li-Po 3800 mAh, fast battery charging 9V/2A 18W (Quick Charge 4.0) battery. Battery? Well, they both have it well taken care of, you tell us the victor here.
The Nex and Nubia have proved my statement before that no one comes to the tech industry for a lions share. I’m sure you’ll find the superior with the specs but the price is usually the deciding factor go check it out.