Not too long ago, ZTE launched the Nubia Z50 in December 2022 for the Chinese markets, now the company is set to launch its Ultra version after a couple of days. ZTE even officially confirmed the existence of the Nubia Z50 Ultra and started releasing the marketing materials.
The past few days have told us quite a lot about the Nubia Z50 Ultra. Now, the handset has finally made its debut on the Geekbench benchmark database, scoring impressive points. As foretold by earlier leaks, it is running Qualcomm’s newest chipset.
The Nubia Z50 Ultra variant bears model number NX712J and packs 12 gigabytes of RAM. It has managed to achieve a single-core score of 1,494 and a multi-score of 5,121 in the stress tests on the benchmark. That, combined with its ‘kalama’ motherboard, tells us that it is running the latest flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This consists of a big Kryo Prime core running at 3.19GHz to provide high single-thread performance, along with four performance cores run at 2.8GHz for the multithreaded benchmarks, as well as three more efficiency cores clocked at 2.0GHz.
Alongside the aforementioned specs, the Nubia Z50 Ultra comes with a 6.8-inch BOE-made AMOLED flat screen with the 4th-gen Under Display Camera technology called NeoVision, which has a stacked 16 MP selfie camera with a 6P lens, 2.24 µm pixel size, and f/2.0 aperture. On the back, it has a custom-made 35 mm equivalent main camera with a 64 MP sensor, 85mm equivalent 64MP periscope telephoto camera, and a 50MP 14mm ultrawide camera.
The Geekbench listing also confirmed that the Nubia Z50 Ultra will ship with Android 13 customized with the latest Android 13 OS out of the box. The device will be offered in three colors, and it is scheduled to launch on March 7th. Stay tuned more details ahead of the launch.