ZTE nubia wants to slap a smartphone on your wrist

31 August 2018
Big flexible screen, camera and cellular connectivity.

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  • Anonymous

I don't think it will be success. Can't do navigation (difficult), web browser, texting etc.. wearable will be very limited

Whackcar, 31 Aug 2018Innovation should always be applauded. Doesn't matter which... moreWell, in my opinion, wearables can replace smartphones. And I think they are the next thing that comes after smartphones. And when you have a wearable, you won't have to come looking for your smartphone if it gets lost.

This is the real future device!

  • Anonymous

Only renderings, no footage, the product is unlikely to exist outside of lab rigs with a similar display. Dont expect this to be much like the final product then, looks like a typical investor-bait. I bet the video is accompanied by a lot of powerpoint slides, guys in suits and ties love meaningless powerpoint slides with bullet points but they have no love for real products.

Well scamsung foldable phone will have a real rival.

  • Hamming

Trust me. It will be very difficult to solve the issue in controlling by touching. The touch point will change when the outline of the screen change.

  • Kula_Diamond

Chris, 31 Aug 2018Nubia isn't owned by ZTE anymore for a long time.You are correct, currently ZTE only owns 40+ % of Nubia, while the rest is owned by Suning Corp and JD corp. It irks me that all phone sites still say " ZTE Nubia". It is just NUBIA now. NO ZTE.

Azhar Jamal, 31 Aug 2018Someone might remember "Nokia 888" concept. This is the rea... moreOr sony nextep, perhaps?

wishwish, 31 Aug 2018haha you say you dont have a smartphone but yet u state you... moreYou are right, I meant I don't own a smart watch.

Anonymous, 31 Aug 2018All this idea and design stolen from old Nokia concept vide... moreUh, they made lower cost flagships and great midrange, like most of the Android market. Not to mention, those concepts of Nokia were just concepts

  • AnonD-632062

Great to see such a heavily fined company still innovating! Good job!

  • Anonymous

All this idea and design stolen from old Nokia concept videos of wrist and foldable/flexible smartphones.
Besides, not interested in fail companies with unknown names on the market, which make low cost devices (aka android devices)

  • Dude

Chris, 31 Aug 2018Nubia isn't owned by ZTE anymore for a long time.Not true

Very interesting product Nubia!

  • Chris

Nubia isn't owned by ZTE anymore for a long time.

  • wishwish

Lead2XL, 31 Aug 2018Crazy idea. I don't own a smartphone for the simple reason ... morehaha you say you dont have a smartphone but yet u state you have one with a big screen make your mind up haha

Crazy idea. I don't own a smartphone for the simple reason that I can't be bothered squinting at such a small screen when I have a smartphone with a large screen.

  • c

Kiyasuriin, 31 Aug 2018Where did you see a charge port? O_o4-pin magnetic charging socket.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 31 Aug 2018Is that a micro usb charge port..no

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 31 Aug 2018Is that a micro usb charge port..No, it's a button