ZTE is one of the first Chinese companies to feel the brunt of the sanctions. The company is getting out of the crisis rather hard and is slowly returning to the market. There was an attempt to loudly declare itself with the ZTE Axon 20, which has a sub-screen camera, but the solution itself is not that good. The Axon 30 promises to fix everything and do it in beauty, and the company also plans to release the affordable ZTE Blade V30.
The Blade V30 will come to the European market at a price of 199 euros and this is how much the manufacturer will ask for a device that will offer a 6.67-inch IPS-display with a resolution of 2400×1080 pixels, an eight-core 12-nanometer UNISOC T618 chipset with a clock frequency of 2.0 GHz and graphics Mali-G52 MP2.
The smartphone should have 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage; a 5000 mAh battery with 18-watt fast charging and the Android 11 operating system. The resolution of the front camera of the ZTE Blade V30 will be 16-megapixels and on the rear side; it will offer a system of four 64-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel sensors. The fingerprint scanner will be avilable on the side. There is no information about the release time of the ZTE Balde V30.
ZTE Blade V30 specifications:
- 6.67″, FHD+, 2400×1080, LCD
- UNISOC T618
- 64MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP
- 5000mAh, 18W
- 3.5mm jack, USB-C port, microSD slot (upto 512GB)
- Android 11
- 165.8 x 77.8 x 8.9 mm
- 193 g
ZTE revealed the upcoming Axon 30 5G smartphone with a sub-screen camera
The Chinese company ZTE has unveiled the first teaser showing the Axon 30 5G smartphone. A special feature of this device will be a second-generation subscreen camera.
The company will use the Visionox InV see Pro technology for the selfie module. It assumes the presence of a small area with good light transmission above the camera lens in the front of the device. When the selfie block is not in use, this section is in use to display the image.
According to reports, the device will debut this month – July 22. ZTE President Ni Fei has already confirmed this information.
Unfortunately, the technical characteristics of the device have not yet been disclosed. Most likely, one of the Qualcomm Snapdragon processors with an integrated modem will be used to work in fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks.
Strategy Analytics estimates that approximately 340 million smartphones were shipped globally in the first quarter of this year. This is almost a quarter (24%) more than the result for the first quarter of 2020; when shipments were equal to 275 million units.