Teased a few weeks ago and announced on Tuesday, the ZTE Axon 20 5G has a 6. 92-inch OLED display with an FHD+ resolution and an under-display 32-megapixel camera, the first of its kind on a widely available smartphone.
A dual-control chip and integrated driver circuits enable color sync between the selfie camera and the display, and a unique driver circuit layout design avoids possible interference.
The company’s new smartphone is just a slab of glass on the front, with the selfie camera neatly hidden under the phone’s display.
Finally, the company developed a selfie algorithm that should optimize the front camera’s display depending on the lighting conditions.
This includes using a high transparency material for the display, thereby increasing the amount of light that reaches the camera.
Last week, Xiaomi unveiled its third-generation under-display camera tech, which will start showing up in phones next year.
ZTE Axon 20 5G is available in China now, with the pricing starting at RMB2,198 ($322), which doesn’t sound too high for a phone with this amount of new tech inside.
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