ZTE is one of the early adopters of the under-display camera technology for smartphones. Now, the Chinese company seems to have improved the tech and will be introducing it with the Axon 30 Pro smartphone.
Ahead of the launch of the smartphone, ZTE’s Business Unit President and President of the Nubia Technology, Ni Fei, has confirmed that the next-generation under-display camera technology will be unveiled at MWC Shanghai.
Ni Fei has now shared a teaser image on his personal Weibo account which gives us a hint at the improved technology. It appears that the in-display camera has less visible issues with the panel and offers improved image quality.
This new technology for the in-display camera sensor is expected to be the first to utilize the under-screen 3D structured light. Given that the Axon 30 Pro, which will feature this new tech, is said to be a flagship smartphone powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC
The ZTE Axon 20 was the first smartphone to feature an under-display camera sensor, which was developed by Visionox. For the newer version also, we expect ZTE to continue working with Visionox. We will be getting more information about this in a few hours, when ZTE takes stage at MWC Shanghai.
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