ZTE Axon 30 under-display camera smartphone’s teaser sheds light on build material and technology

ZTE has been working on its second-generation under-display camera smartphone — ZTE Axon 30 as a successor to Axon 20 . It has now been officially confirmed by the company to soon get launched in its home market China.


Ahead of the launch, the firm has started teasing features of the upcoming phone. Today, the company has shared a new teaser poster on Weibo that reveals details about the phone’s build material and technology used.

It claims that the ZTE Axon 30 uses seven layers of high-transmittance materials, three layers of special technology, and offers stronger light transmission. Prior to this, ZTE had revealed that the device will come with a 120Hz refresh rate and offer 400PPI pixel density.

In a recent teaser video, the company showcased the smartphone with minimal bezels and a higher screen-to-body ratio as it aims to offer a true full-screen experience to uses. It has already been confirmed that the phone will feature ZTE’s second-generation under-display camera technology which was demonstrated a few months ago at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.

ZTE Axon 30 Display Technology Teaser

This new technology is touted to have significant upgrades and improvements over the first generation. ZTE said its team of engineers has gone through difficult research to effectively eliminate glare and diffraction from the material. It can effectively eliminate the adverse effects of foggy surfaces, ensure that the picture is bright and transparent, and intelligently adjust the exposure.

So far, not much is known about the phone’s specifications but it’s speculated to come powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. There’s a possibility that the company may opt for a different processor. The device is expected to run Android 11 with ZTE’s new MyOS interface on top. We expect to know more details about this upcoming smartphone in the coming days.

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Via: gizmochina.com

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