The Nubia Z40 Pro will be released on February 25th, and we’ve received further teases about the device’s camera arrangement. On its Weibo account, nubia posted many images taken with the device, including two monochrome shots, two action stills, one-night sky sceneries. You may see the photographs for yourself in the gallery below.
Nubia has announced that the Z40 Pro will include Neovision 11, the company’s own attempt at computational photography. Two Weibo leaksters also revealed more information about the Z40 Pro’s camera arrangement. We get a good look at the three back modules, as well as specifics on the sensors, which have a focal range of 14-125mm.
Nubia is expected to release a device featuring a Sony IMX 787 sensor and a 35mm lens, which is said to reduce image distortion, increase light, and improve picture clarity. Now we have further information on the sensors themselves, which include a 64MP main IMX 787 sensor, a 50MP ultrawide sensor, and an 8MP telephoto module with up to 5x optical zoom.