ZTE Nubia Pad 3D II confirmed to launch in China on 26th February, 2024

Last year at MWC 2023, Nubia officially unveiled its first ever tablet device- ZTE Nubia Pad 3D, and now exactly after one year the company is all set to unveil the successor of its first tablet- ZTE Nubia Pad 3D II.

Nubia has officially announced that ZTE Nubia Pad 3D II will be officially unveiled at MWC 2024 on 26th February 2024. This tablet for now will be launched in China.

The above poster reveals that this upcoming tablet will be the world’s first 5G+ AI naked-eye 3D tablet. Apart from this, it is showcased that the tablet will be arriving in a Grey color variant. On the rear side, it features dual camera sensors along with an LED flash while on the front also the device packs up two camera sensors. A USB Type-C port can also be seen on the side of the tablet.

Other than this no major specification or feature is known about this upcoming tablet. But the tablet is expected to arrive with some improvements and upgrades over its predecessor. Also, it is expected that the company might reveal some basic information about the tablet in the next few days. The confirmed specs and pricing details of ZTE Nubia Pad 3D II in China will be revealed by the company at its official launch.




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