In recent years, many companies have started to race against time to be able to hide as many sensors and components under the smartphone screen. One of the few missing to be successfully hidden is the front camera. Some manufacturers already have commercial models with this technology, such as ZTE, which should be the first to bet on the second generation of the Visionox solution.
Several manufacturers are expected to bring smartphones with this technology; Samsung, for example, must have the first folding with such a novelty. ZTE will soon adopt the format with the Axon 30, successor to the Axon 20, the company’s first model with an under-screen camera.
The technology used is the InV see Pro, which, unlike the first generation, brings a new improved rearrangement of pixels and is still able to bring interesting camera results, without too much blurring. The device shown is apparently a prototype of ZTE itself.
The leaker Digital Chat Station reaffirmed that ZTE is getting ready to soon show the world its new smartphone with the second generation front camera hidden under the dashboard.
What to expect from the Axon 30?
The model should use the second generation of transparent screen technology, with significant improvements: in addition to increasing the pixel density, which goes from 200 PPI to 400 PPI, the novelty is now compatible with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Despite this, photo quality improvements are not expected, considering that ZTE did not comment on this during the announcement, which took place at the end of February. Furthermore, it is believed that the Axon 30 keeps the Snapdragon 888 from the more powerful brothers, although there is the possibility of the device being aimed at the intermediate segment, like its predecessor.
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