Nubia Z60 Ultra Gets Disassembled in Video

Nubia Z60 Ultra Gets Disassembled in Video

Pre-Order Details and Special Edition of nubia Z60 Ultra

The nubia Z60 Ultra by ZTE is now available for pre-order in the United States and Europe, with shipments scheduled to commence on December 29. Customers can choose from Black and Silver color options. Additionally, there is a Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night”-inspired special edition. WekiHome recently disassembled this particular model to explore the intricacies of this photography-centric flagship device.

Unusual Camera Design and Disassembly

The nubia Z60 Ultra features distinctively shaped camera islands that protrude at various lengths. To delve into the reasons behind this design, WekiHome started by removing the glass panel, which is adorned with the iconic swirl patterns associated with Van Gogh’s painting.

Internal Components and Battery

Inside, the phone’s upper third houses the cameras and the motherboard, which is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. Below this setup lies the substantial 6,000mAh battery. Notably absent is a wireless charging coil, but the design does focus on thermal management, channeling heat away from the internal components.

Advanced Camera Features with OIS

The camera system of the nubia Z60 Ultra is noteworthy for several reasons. Each of the three camera modules, including the 100° ultra-wide one, is equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS). The cameras are strategically spaced to prevent the OIS mechanisms from interfering with one another due to close proximity.

Thermal Management and Efficient Design

In addition to the OIS, the camera modules are also lined with copper foil to enhance heat dissipation. Differences are noted when comparing the Z60 Ultra’s vapor chamber to that of its predecessor, the Z50 Ultra. The newer model relies on a smaller vapor chamber, depending on the enhanced efficiency of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor to maintain optimal operating temperatures.

Video Demonstration and Source

A video demonstration of the disassembly can be viewed on YouTube, providing viewers with a visual guide through the dismantling process. Further details are available through WekiHome’s YouTube channel.

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