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Alleged Nubia Z18 Hits TENAA With 8GB Of RAM, 5.99″ Display

8 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

An upcoming smartphone from the Chinese device maker Nubia , dubbed as the Nubia NX606J, has passed through the certification process of the Chinese telecommunications regulator TENAA, and this could be the company's upcoming flagship, the Nubia Z18. This recent certification could mean that the handset will be sold soon in the East Asian country. The listing on the website of the telecommunications regulator provided details regarding the specifications of the device. According to TENAA, the handset will be available in variants that contain either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and there could also...
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