Under-display cameras were on the plans of phone manufacturers for years, but now it finally becomes a reality. The widely spread notch has annoyed a lot of people, as surely our lives will improve dramatically without it. Not being able to see a photo or video on the entire screen of a phone is heartbreaking for many.
But ZTE comes to save the day, another Chinese brand that wants to impress the smartphone world with its achievements. Huawei, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and others will surely have tough competition, considering that the first smartphone with an under-display camera will most likely be selling like hot cakes.
Behold the ZTE Axon 20 5G
ZTE introduced its Axon 20 5G model on September 1st, being the first phone packed with an under-display front camera. Speaking of the display, this phone’s screen is huge, measuring 6.92-inch. It’s of OLED type, and it features FHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 90Hz. If you buy the phone, you’ll get plenty of exciting stuff showcasing themselves on the display. The gadget is equipped with a quad-camera array that features a 64MP primary shooter. There’s an 8MP ultrawide sensor and two smaller 2MP sensors for depth data and macro shots.
ZTE Axon 20 5G runs on Android 10, and it’s powered by the Snapdragon 765G processor. The phone is available in two versions of RAM and storage: 6GB for the 128GB version, and 8GB for the 256GB variant. The 4,220 mAh battery with 30W fast charging is also worth mentioning, as it’s higher than plenty of other smartphones available on the market.
The presence of punch holes, pop-ups, and flipping workarounds were also not considered worthy alternatives for the notch. The under-display front camera is the technology of the future, and we can expect many more companies to implement it as well.