ZTE Axon 30, second attempt of camera under screen

ZTE pioneered the technology Under-Display Camera (UPC) and released the first commercial version with the Axon 20 series last December. Despite its innovation, the device disappointed. The sensor did not meet the expected standards and things like white balance and color made the selfie images really bad.

ZTE Axon 30 5G points to the horizon through a promotional image of the brand and is expected to include the second generation of this under-screen camera technology that in the future should get our phones to get rid of the current horrible ‘holes’ and thus be able to use the entire screen. This type of design would also make motorized camera formats unnecessary.

In collaboration with specialist Visionox, this second generation of under-screen cameras promises better image quality and overall results. Another objective is that the camera is less visible than in the original model and for this the pixel density of the area above the camera will double from 200 to 400 dpi.

ZTE is also testing other features in the same vein such as a 3D scanner under the screen. The technology is based on structured light (the process of projecting a known pattern of pixels in a scene) that, although it will not be included in this terminal, points to future generations.

From the rest of the specifications we can mention that the update frequency of the screen will increase up to 120 Hz and as an engine a chipset is expected Snapdragon 888 from Qualcomm. A triple sensor rear camera system (including a 64 megapixel main plus an 8 MP periscope type and 5X zoom), plus a 55-watt fast recharge as main features.

The ZTE Axon 30 5G is expected to be announced on July 22 for an international release that should take place this summer. This same week, ZTE began selling the Axon 30 Ultra in China in a stratospheric configuration with 16 Gbytes of RAM and an internal storage capacity of 1 Tbyte.

As for the innovation that the camera under the screen supposes, we hope that Samsung will adopt it in its new generation of folding and in particular in the Galaxy Z Fold 3 that we hope will be presented in society in the month of August in a new Unpacked event .

Source: MuyComputer by www.muycomputer.com.

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