12.4-Inch 3D Android Tablet Lume Pad 2 / ZTE Nubia Pad 3D Unveiled Today

So now that ZTE has finally done a full announcement of the Nubia Pad 3D, we can take a look at all the specs we haven't listed already before the launch in two months.
ZTE: https://global.ztedevices.com
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/LUME-PAD-3D-Tablet

The Nubia Pad 3D is 3D tablet that offers 3D viewing without the need for any special glasses through a stereoscopic experience. But it also offers 3D recording so that this tablet can offer features such as 3D chat and other recorded 3D experiences.

And app features like that are basically what makes this tablet stand out among other 3D tablets at the moment. By using what they call AI real-time face tracking, it will optimize the 3D experience to the angle you're viewing it from. So that's exciting.

ZTE Nubia Pad 3D
ZTE Nubia Pad 3D

But the 3D effects can be switched off, so that the tablet can be used in regular 2D mode too, like any other tablet. So doing regular things in 3D, ranging from doing video calls, gaming, viewing images, or watch videos, can all be done in 3D. A set of 3D apps and content optimized for the tablet will become available too, including 3D games and over 1200 educational 3D scenes.

ZTE Nubia Pad 3D is invented by Leia though, who will launch this tablet themselves too as the Leia Lume Pad 2 in April, for $1099.

If you order it from ZTE, you can get a tiny $15 discount with the coupon code FRIEND-5LW8HX2.

Nubia Pad 3D runs Android 12L, with the main specs being a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB/256GB storage.

Visualization of the 3D effect it has on the tablet user

The 12.4-inch screen has a resolution of 2560 x 1600 and a 120 Hz refresh rate, but also goodies like quad speakers with Dolby Atmos, dual mics, a 9070 mAh battery with 33W quick charging, a USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 port, and pogo pins for a Lume Stand charger.

3D specs are stereoscopic dual 16MP rear cameras with a LED light, and stereoscopic dual 8MP front cameras.

The 3D effect or 3D experience is real, so it's basically just a matter of whether a user thinks having a 3D feature will be of use to them over a regular tablet in this price range.

– Tom Bowen