ZTE has recently launched its second-generation under-display camera smartphone, the Axon 30 5G, following in the footsteps of last year’s Axon 20 5G. A year of changes has resulted in improvements across the board, with the UD camera and display getting the most focus.
The Axon 30’s 10bit AMOLED display measures 6.92-inches and features a 120Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution. The 16MP UD camera and surrounding display area have been entirely redesigned, with repositioned pixels and better transparency cathodes. ZTE increased the PPI numbers from 200ppi on the Axon 20 above the camera module to 400ppi.
The display is equipped with a 7-layer structure with higher transmission materials, a completely new display chip for UDC Pro screens, and an ACE circuit system. In comparison to last year’s solution, ZTE claims that these advances allow more light to reach the camera sensor, resulting in enhanced image clarity. The camera is comparable to 2.24 pixels using a 4-in-1 binning technique.
The Axon 30 has a 64MP Sony IMX682 primary sensor, an 8MP, a 5MP macro shooter, and a depth lens around the back. A Snapdragon 870 processor with 6/8/12 GB RAM and up to 256 GB UFS 3.1 storage is available on the helm. The capacity of the battery is 4200mAh and a fast 55W wired charge is available. ZTE’s MyOS 11 covers the software layer on top of Android 11.
ZTE Axon 30 5G Price
Axon 30 5G is available in black and green color. Prices start in China for the 6/128GB model at CNY 2,198 ($338) and increase to the CNY 3,098 ($476) 12/256GB trim. Sales begin on 3 August. ZTE has announced that Axon 30 5G will enter the worldwide market but at a later point in time will specify its price and availability.