The ZTE S30 Pro 5G will be announced on March 30 as the first of a new series of smartphones from the Chinese manufacturer. Over the past few weeks, ZTE has been revealing key specs and features of the phone. Now, it has shared a photo that shows the color variants that the phone will be available in.
We have already seen the ZTE S30 Pro in a pink-blue gradient finish but this image reveals the phone will also come in black. The image shows both colors side-by-side as well as the front. The screen is flat and has a centered punch hole.
Another image shared by ZTE shows that the S30 Pro will weigh 178 grams and have a thickness of 7.8 millimeters, making it lighter and thinner than the ZTE Axon 20 5G.
So far it has been confirmed that the ZTE S30 Pro 5G will have a display with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 360Hz touch sampling rate. It will also have 64MP quad rear cameras, a 44MP selfie camera, a 4200mAh battery capacity, and support for 55W fast wired charging. The phone will also run ZTE’s new MyOS
We expect more details will be announced and we hope that one of them is the chipset that will power the device.
- ZTE confirms no plans of adopting HarmonyOS for its smartphones this year
- ZTE announces the Axon 30 Pro will have three 64MP cameras
- ZTE Watch GT is coming and it should launch alongside the ZTE S30
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