Disassembly video shows off nubia Z50S Pro's 35mm camera module

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ZTE just announced its nubia Z50S Pro camera flagship. As other nubias (and some Axons) before it, this one features a 35mm lens – a classic in photography that you don’t see often on mobile as most phones have wider lenses.

ZTE put a lot of work into improving the optics. The 35mm lens uses one glass and six plastic elements and has a wide f/1.59 aperture. This might be difficult to picture, though, so check out this video that offers a look at the aperture in different terms.

The video shows the Z50S Pro getting disassembled and its main camera module extracted. Inside is a 1/1.49” 50MP sensor, smaller than the 1” sensors inside the Xiaomi 13 Ultra and Xiaomi 13 Pro (both of which have f/1.9 apertures). The aperture on the nubia measures 5.21mm across, compared to 4.97mm and 4.10mm on the Xiaomis.


Main camera modules of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, nubia Z50S Pro and Xiaomi 13 Pro

Main camera modules of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, nubia Z50S Pro and Xiaomi 13 Pro

ZTE did a lot of work on the software side too with a redesigned camera UI and features. You get manual controls and can change the look and feel of your photos with 3D LUTs. The dedicated night mode has been improved too with enhancements to adaptive contrast and fixes for common issues such as ghosting.


nubia Z50S Pro’s Neo Vision UI and features
nubia Z50S Pro’s Neo Vision UI and features
nubia Z50S Pro’s Neo Vision UI and features

nubia Z50S Pro’s Neo Vision UI and features

The nubia Z50S Pro is now available for pre-order in China, starting with a 12/256GB configuration for CNY 3,700 ($515/€460/₹42,250).

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