Perhaps one of the most anticipated innovations in the smartphone industry will be the implementation of a sub-screen camera. It’s hard not to admit that this innovation will appeal to a large number of users, because many are simply tired of all these cutouts, notches and holes. And the introduction of this technology is very close to reality as the Chinese company ZTE plans to unveil the Axon 20 smartphone, the first device with a sub-screen front camera.
The design and specs of the ZTE Axon 20 5G with a sub-screen has leaked
Earlier, the company has already begun to publish samples of photos taken by the front camera module in order to check how ordinary users will react to the quality. By this action, the company has already confirmed the presence of a smartphone that is preparing for release.
And today an unknown ZTE device with the code number A2121 appeared on the TENAA database site. According to rumors, it’s the Axon 20 smartphone. As always, we can see the appearance of the device in the database. Unfortunately, the image of the front of the smartphone is too dark. It makes it impossible to confirm the absence of any cutouts.
The Chinese certification body gives at least some insight into the phone’s specifications. This include an unidentified 2.4GHz processor, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 4,120mAh battery.
On the back of the smartphone, we see four cameras: 64 MP, 8 MP and 2 MP. The characteristics of the fourth module are still unknown.
Unfortunately, not much is known about the new product from ZTE. It is worth not forgetting that this device is unlikely to be released in “wide distribution”. Most likely, the manufacturer will launch it only at home. But if everything goes right, then the front cameras under the display are waiting for us faster than it seems.
The world’s first on-screen camera solution ready for mass production
In July, Visionex had confirmed that it has already started mass-producing the under-display camera and smartphones featuring it will be arriving soon. So, ZTE is more likely to use the same sensor mass-produced by Visionex. Smartphone manufacturing giants such as Huawei, Honor, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo and more are all said to be working on the under-display camera solution. But ZTE would be the first to bring it to the general consumers.