Nubia's dual screen phone is slated to launch on October 31

Chinese smartphone maker Nubia is turning out to be one of the most interesting smartphones companies this year, experimenting with different form factors and device types. After turning a lot of heads with its foldable smartphone/wristwatch hybrid at IFA earlier this year, the company is now planning on releasing a dual screen phone.

A new teaser by the company's CEO on Chinese social networking site Weibo shows the device will most likely be called the Nubia X. An earlier leak has already given us a pretty good look at what the phone will look like, with its 6.2-inch front screen and the 5.1-inch OLED panel on the back.

Curiously, the phone does not have a front camera. The change is understandable, since users can simply use the phone's main camera and the screen on the back to take selfies.

The phone's purported specifications include a Snapdragon 845 paired with 6GB of RAM, placing it squarely in the ranks of flagship devices. It is said to be powered by a 3,800mAh battery and will, unfortunately, be running only Android 8.1 Oreo at launch. Two colour choices, Gold and Black, will be available.

Source: Weibo via Fone Arena

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