Nubia has closed the gap between wearable and smartphone with the Nubia Alpha, a device with all the features and functions of a phone that wraps around the wrist like a fitness band.
Nubia was presented at its press conference in Nubia MWC 2019 The Nubia Alpha is a weird hybrid device – and a pretty intriguing one.
Nubia has with the Nubia Alpha, a device with all the features and functions of a phone that revolves around the smartphone, the gap between wearable and smartphone closed wrist like a fitness tracker. Its 960 x 192 OLED (4-inch) OLED screen adapts to the wristband around the wrist and covers about half of the wrist.
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Nubia suggests that the device be used normally for 1-2 days or standby for a week. what we will test when we get it for a review in the hands.
You can use the Alpha to call and text, and you can use a variety of apps and the Internet without being connected to a smartphone from many other fitness trackers that connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Instead, the eSIM technology is used so the phone can not necessarily be replaced.
The Nubia Alpha uses its own operating system from Nubia, which was designed as a portable operating system rather than a smartphone. An interesting feature is the air control, which allows you to scroll through a menu or go back from a menu using only hand gestures.
Using wearables for fitness tracking capabilities, the Alpha provides all the features you need, including heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking. Music can also be saved and played with the Nubia pods. These wireless earphones start with the Nubia Alpha and connect to the device.
There are two versions of the device, Bluetooth and eSIM models, the latter being available in a gold version. The Bluetooth model will be available in Europe, North America and China sometime in the second quarter of the year for 449 euros (about 510 euros, 390 euros).
The eSIM versions will be available a little later, and in the US, April will be followed by a Chinese "Q3" in Europe and "Q4" in North America. The black version costs 549 euros (about 620 USD, 475 USD, 870 AU $), and for the 18 carat gold finish you pay 649 EUR (about 740 USD, 560 USD).
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