ZTE Warms Up The Second Generation Of Under-Screen Camera Phone

ZTE’s three series of Snapdragon 888 models have been officially announced. The series includes ZTE AXON 30 series, Red Devils 6 series, and Nubia Z series. On January 14, Ni Fei, President of ZTE Terminal Business Unit and President of Nubia Technologies Co., Ltd., said: “I can’t wait to let our mass-produced second-generation under-screen camera phones meet you.”

Yesterday, Lv Qianhao, director of the Consumer Experience Department of ZTE, released a poster of the ZTE Tianji Axon 20 5G Ultra. But this is not the Axon 20. In addition, he added a topic to the message: “No one understands the off-screen camera better than me.”

ZTE under-screen camera

ZTE led the industry in releasing the world’s first under-screen camera phone ZTE Axon 20 in September 2020. Up to now, ZTE is still the only manufacturer in the industry that can mass-produce commercial under-screen camera phones.

ZTE’s AXON 30 series considered to be the flagship that will feature the industry’s most powerful and pioneering imaging function. The ZTE’s AXON 30 series have at least confirmed that it will sport Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 chip. And the first batch indicates that the machine will be launched in the first half or even the first quarter of this year.

Red Magic 6 gaming phone

In addition, another Snapdragon 888 flagship from ZTE, the Red Magic 6 gaming phone is also promoted. The phone will provide a 4500mAh battery, support 120W fast charging. On the other hand, it will also include a gallium nitride charger.

It is also worth mentioning that Lv Qianhao’s small tail model once showed the model of A2021N. It is obviously not the Axon 20 (A2121). But it is not certain that it is a new model (AXON 11’s model is A2021).

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