ZTE Axon 30S is the first mid-range smartphone with a hidden camera

ZTE Mobile today announced the official launch of the Axon 30S, with a starting price of 1698 yuan (243 euros).

ZTE Axon 30S is the first mid-range smartphone with a hidden camera

The smartphone's biggest selling point is the use of camera technology under the screen. This is the only under-screen camera phone with such a low price.

According to the official brand introduction, the ZTE Axon 30S adopts a new generation of under-screen camera technology, which increases the pixels of the front camera screen area hidden under the screen to a high pixel density of 400PPI.

At the same time, the smartphone is also equipped with a new independent UDC Pro screen display chip, which can achieve intelligent pixel enhancement control and intelligent display optimization control. Simply put, it serves to keep the brightness and chromaticity of the camera area under the screen consistent with the overall screen and to make the display more delicate.

In addition, the ZTE Axon 30S is also equipped with the Lingtong 2.0 algorithm and its optimization mainly includes four aspects: continuous training of real scene shooting, optimization in low light conditions, intelligent anti-fog / anti-glare and proactive beauty.

In terms of basic configuration, the ZTE Axon 30S uses a 6,92-inch screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, 64MP rear main camera, 8MP ultra wide angle, macro and sensor. depth of field, as well as a 16MP selfie cam. Finally, we find a 4200 mAh battery and supports 55W wired fast charging.

325,00
Available
19 November 2022 11: 18
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Updated on: 19 November 2022 11:18

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