ZTE has previously announced that its latest Axon30 series will be released on April 15, but unfortunately it won’t be the under-screen camera version. Today ZTE continues to warm up for the phone, revealing the existence of an Ultra model and even touting it as “the light of future imaging evolution”.
It is reported that ZTE AXON 30 Ultra uses 64MP main camera + 64MP ultra-wide Angle + 64MP portrait medium focus +8MP subsurface ultra-telephoto. All three are main camera level lenses, f/1.6 ultra-large aperture, 13mm ultra-wide Angle, 123mm telephoto equivalent to 5X ray change, with Steadicam class anti-vibration performance.
It is worth mentioning that ZTE previously said that the phone has 200 million imaging system. Now it actually means 64MP+64MP+64MP+8MP = 200 million pixels.
Digital blogger @DigitalChat made it clear today that the Axon 30 Pro and Ultra are both hole-out and delayed, but it looks like even that’s one of the fastest underscreen models ever.
From the previous information, ZTE AXON 30 Ultra is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip, or will be built in 4500mAh battery, supporting 55W or 65W fast charge, refresh rate and touch sampling rate of 120Hz/360Hz, support 10bit color, running a new MYOS, and equipped with dual speakers, linear motor and so on.