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Flexible Display Watch | Nubia

Nubia is the first wearable x dual-screen smartphone. That is one screen of the front side and another is on the back side. Really one of the interesting gadget of the year. Let's take a look.

nubia touch screen smartwatch

Overview:

For Good
  • Unfamiliar, Science Fiction Design
  • Large Battery Life
  • Simple UI
  • Useful fitness function


For Bad
  • Snapdragon 2100 processor which is older than Snapdragon 3100
  • Looks very mighty on that person who has a small wrist 
  • Unreliable gesture control



Design:

Nubia alpha pro

Nubia is a mashup of smartphone and smartwatch, by a look at it. Nubia is also the heavy-knit bracelet and its weight is 150g, but that's not the problem it is still comfortable to wear and quickly got used. But the problem for those people who will prefer the device that can easily be ignored. Because of contrast to other watches you can definitely feel this watch on your writs.
Although the Nubia Alpha is technically a hybrid of smartwatch and phone, to look at it, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s been inspired by those electronic ankle tags that get slapped on convicts.
That is to say, the Nubia Alpha is a rather chunky device – it weighs 158g, or more than three times the Apple Watch 4’s 48g, and together with dimensions of 51.33 x 47.1mm x 13.8mm for the dial, that makes it a big beast.

Display:

It’s one of the Alpha’s most novel features, and it lends a futuristic appearance to the device – but, more than that, it’s actually pretty useful. The screen is four inches across diagonally – the Alpha’s screen isn’t very wide though, so there isn’t as much screen real estate as on a device like the Pixel 3 with its 5.5-inch display. It’s an OLED display – that’d be a fine on a smartphone, but you’re not exactly going to be watching Netflix or playing games on the Alpha, and in general the screen quality is fine. 

Verdict:

There were certain circumstances in which the Nubia Alpha’s long screen was hugely useful – when viewing our daily calendar, for example, or a long chain of texts, it was great to be able to see our meetings or messages disappear into the distance.
Most of the time, however, we didn’t make that much use of the longer display, mainly because, depending on how tight you have the watch, much of the screen won’t be visible as it disappears round your wrist. 
Most features of the phone are designed to fit in the ‘main’ section of the display, so there weren’t many occasions when we needed to see the entire screen.

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