ZTE has revealed its plans to launch the first mass-produced 5G smartphone with an under-display camera, the Axon 20 5G in China come September 2020. The company has gone further to share new images of what is to come.
The images were first seen on a Dutch website, Tweaker, and show what to expect from the soon to come Axon 20 5G. ZTE’s president of mobile devices, Ni Fei shared the render on Chinese social media network Weibo.
The ZTE Axon 20 5G has no visible camera up top, no hole punch, no notch with just a little bit of bezel on the bottom. The screen will also have a fingerprint scanner behind it and has a diagonal measurement of 6.92 inches.
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The screen also has a resolution of 2460×1080 pixels, resulting in a screen ratio of 20.5: 9, a size of 16.1×7.1cm, and a surface of almost 114 square centimeters.
According to XDA-Developers, based on listings of Chinese regulator TENAA; It has a primary back camera of 64-megapixel, an ultra-wide-angle lens of 8 megapixels. It also has two 2-megapixel cameras, which could be a macro camera and depth sensor.
The phone has an HD OLED display and up to 12GB of RAM. For now, the phone will only launch in China and ZTE has said nothing about other regions.
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