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nubia Music available in PH for under 4K: 50MP camera, 600% loudspeaker

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nubia Philippines expands its smartphone lineup in the Philippines. Budget phone nubia Music is now available in the country with a friendly price of only PHP 3,999.

nubia Music

As the name suggests, the nubia Music is a music-focused phone, boasting dual 3.5mm headphone jacks that allow for two separate wired headphones connected at the same time.

Continuing with its music theme, the phone has a DTS:X Ultra Loudspeaker with up to 600% volume. It also has RGB LED effects on the speakers that work with the surrounding light effect on the screen that changes with the rhythm of the music.

Moreover, the phone also has a design that looks like a classic vinyl record player. Another color option comes with a pop art-style geometric design.

As for its main specifications, the nubia Music has a 6.6-inch HD+ IPS display with 1612×720 resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. It has a modest UNISOC SC9863A chipset with 4GB+4GB expanded RAM, 128GB storage, and a large 5000mAh battery.

The phone also has a 50MP dual camera setup at the back and a 5MP hole punch selfie shooter in front.

nubia Music

Price and Availability

The nubia Music is now available in the Philippines for only PHP 3,999. You can check out the full spec sheet below.

nubia Music specs

Display6.6-inch HD+ IPS display, 1612×720, 90Hz refresh rate
ProcessorUNISOC SC9863A
RAM/Storage4GB+128GB
Rear Cameras50MP main
AI camera
Front Camera5MP
Network4G, dual nano SIM
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS
OthersUSB-C, dual 3.5mm headphone jacks, DTS:X Ultra Loudspeaker 600% volume, Dual Musical Light Effects with Melody, screen light effects, FM radio with built-in antenna
OSMyOS 14, Android 14
ColorsPop Art, Zeel Orange
Battery5000mAh battery

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