ZTE Axon 20 5G is all set to become the world’s first commercially available smartphone with an under-display selfie camera. The Axon 20 5G will be launched on September 1, which is just 2 weeks away. The ZTE Axon 20 5G will be succeeding Axon 10 Pro 5G, which was launched last year in May.
The Axon 20 5G isn’t the world’s first smartphone with an under-display camera. Many smartphone companies have revealed their technology in previous years. However, the special thing about Axon 20 5G is that it will be available commercially while other companies just show-cased the demo unit.
As you may know, display plays a vital role in a smartphone. Companies in recent years are trying to make the full-screen display without any notch. And that will be possible only when there we have the tech to put the selfie camera into the display. One more solution is a pop-up selfie camera, but it raises the question of durability. Hence, the best method would be an under-display camera that you will finally able to buy on the ZTE Axon 20 5G.
Better Selfie Or Better Display?
With a great notch-less display comes the loss of quality as well. Hence, ZTE has opted for Visionox, one of the biggest OLED manufacturers in China. Visionox has completed the R&D process of the UD camera solution. According to the company, the under-display camera will work by optimizing the pixel arrangement around the camera’s lens. However, you may still have to suffer the camera quality. If you are a vlogger or selfie lover then don’t expect high-quality FHD+ or 4K shots.
ZTE Axon 20 5G Specifications
The Axon 20 5G specifications are not yet confirmed. But thanks to Tenna, we have summed up possible specifications that Axon 20 5G will carry. It rocks an 6.92” OLED, a 32 MP front-facing shooter, a 64 MP main one on the back. The Axon 20 5G is powered by Snapdragon 765G processor.
We will have more information regarding the ZTE Axon 20 on 1st September, till then what do you think of under-display camera? Will you prefer the loss of quality and go for a better display? Or stick to a notched display? Let us know in the comments section below.