While many eagerly await what Samsung will unveil next month, ZTE will be showing the new items as early as next week. The ZTE Axon 30 5G is just around the corner, and the company has just revealed key details, including the unusual design of the phone.
The main feature of the ZTE Axon 30 5G will be the under-display camera or UDC, the second of its kind. ZTE has been silent about the improvements it has made to address the shortcomings of its first UDC. These teasers may appear in the coming days, closer to the phone’s debut.
ZTE, however, has just revealed what the phone would look like. Like the Huawei P50, the Axon 30 5G will feature four cameras, grouped in two and enclosed in circles. However, unlike Huawei’s design, ZTE opted for a traditional rectangular bump that contrasts sharply with those circles.
This creates a rather odd design that some people might not like. Those might want to ignore this nuance if the cameras are good. ZTE hasn’t been particularly famous for its camera performance, so the Axon 30 5G’s success will really depend on the under-display camera.
The ZTE teaser reveals that the Axon 30 5G will be announced on July 27th. The phone’s specs remain unknown, but an alleged TENAA entry says it will have a Snapdragon 870 rather than a Snapdragon 888, 12GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage for apps. Almost on par with any high-end flagship this year, making the game even riskier for this one-off UDC event.