The ZTE Axon 30 will be released next week, and its teaser campaign will provide us with new information every week.
The handset will have a second generation under-display camera, which will be unnoticeable this time around because ZTE has managed to double the pixel density of the screen.In the area above the front camera, the pixel density was increased to 400 dpi.
The company has now confirmed in its most recent teaser poster that the Axon 30 will include another upgrade, a 120Hz display.This is an improvement over the Axon 20’s 90Hz with the first-generation UD camera.
The announcement also includes a photo of the device, which has a full-screen display thanks to razor-thin bezels and no punch-holes or notches for the selfie camera.
The image does not reveal much, but we can see that the under-display camera is not visible at all, even when the display is turned on brightly.Although it is only a promotional render, the first impressions are promising, especially since the selfie camera on the Axon 20 is clearly visible.
The quality of this second-generation UD camera is still unknown, and we won’t know for sure until we see reviews of the device.
Stay updated out for the July 22 launch.