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ZTE’s Ni Fei says the camera quality of under display camera will be good

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Several smartphone makers are working on an under-display camera technology but it seems that China-based ZTE will be the first to commercially launch a smartphone featuring an under-screen camera.

ZTE’s President for Mobile Business, Ni Fei, has today confirmed that the company will be launching the first smartphone with an under-display camera technology — ZTE A20 5G. As per the report, he has also claimed that the camera result is also good.

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The report adds that a blind camera test was carried out with the participation of a few people, which revealed no issues in terms of camera output with this new technology.

So far, the smartphone has also passed through the network access license process, which reveals that it carries model number ZTE A2021. However, it’s likely that the smartphone will get launched as ZTE Axon 20 5G.

Currently, information about the phone’s design is not known but it will come with a true full-screen display given that the camera sensor is now placed underneath the display. Till now, for a full-screen experience, the phone manufacturers had relied on a pop-up front-facing camera. However, it increases the overall weight of the device because of the presence of a mechanical structure.

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While not yet confirmed, it is being speculated that the company could be using the under-display camera technology developed by Visionox. It is said to have been optimized through a special pixel arrangement to eliminate the difference in brightness, color gamut, and viewing angle. Visionox has also started mass-producing this technology.

The upcoming phone will serve as a successor to the ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G

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which went official earlier this year, which carries model number A2020. We expect more details about the Axon 20 5G smartphone to start surfacing online in the coming weeks.

Although the company has not yet revealed the launch date, we expect the smartphone to go official in China in a few weeks or months. Apart from ZTE, brands like OPPO and Samsung are also working on similar technology for their smartphones.

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