ZTE last year launched the world’s first mass-produced phone with an under-screen camera, ZTE Axon 20. Ni Fei, President of ZTE’s Terminal Business Unit, has officially unveiled the 2021 flagship ZTE Axon 30 Pro and started the warm-up for the phone. Although the industry believes the phone will also have an off-screen camera technology, no official word has been given.
Now digital blogger says it will be equipped with a new generation of underscreen camera technology, which, if true, would make it the industry’s first Snapdragon 888 flagship phone to feature an underscreen camera, making up for the Axon 20’s lack of performance.
According to part of the information previously released by the government, ZTE’s camera technology under the screen avoids the interference of complex lines to the camera and improves the front-facing shooting effect through core technologies such as ultra-high transparency micron level new materials, independent driving screen display chip and highly integrated minimalist circuit design.
The new ZTE Axon 30 Pro is expected to be equipped with an all-new second-generation off-screen camera technology, which is expected to have a better display than its predecessor, although details of the technology’s upgrade have not yet been announced.
In other news, according to premarket information, the new ZTE Axon 30 Pro will use the new upgraded second generation of under-screen camera technology, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship processor, with the industry’s strongest image system in 2021 “by no means”, or will be the first Samsung 200 million pixel sensor S5KGND.
The new ZTE Axon 30 Pro is expected to be unveiled after the Spring Festival, and more details will be available from IT Home later.