ZTE will showcase the world’s first under-screen 3D structured light technology with 2nd Gen UD Camera at MWC 2021 Shanghai
At the beginning of the new year, the smartphone manufacturers are not idle. The ZTE also announced that it will participate in MWC 2021 held in Shanghai from the 23rd to 25th February. According to the news from Ni Fei, president of ZTE’s terminal division and president of Nubia Technologies, ZTE will showcase the second generation of mass-produced under-screen camera technology at next week’s MWC Shanghai event, debuting under-screen 3D structured light.
The world’s first under-screen 3D structured light technology! The world’s first to achieve true full-screen form, true 3D security and human-machine interaction, and a more wonderful selfie experience, which further lays a solid foundation for the future evolution of smartphone form. [Love you. The world’s first demonstration of the second generation of mass-produced under-screen camera technology. The actual is also the world’s first demonstration of the N(N>>3) generation of under-screen camera technology.-said, Lu Qianhao.
The most critical thing is that it can also use 3D structured light, you know the iPhone series for so many years has been retained bangs is because of the structured light, if ZTE can really achieve mass production of an under-screen 3D structured light end, it is indeed in this area to win over Apple.
According to the news, the new ZTE Axon 30 Pro will feature a new and upgraded second-generation under-screen camera technology with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship processor, have the industry’s strongest imaging system in 2021 “never make up the numbers,” and will likely debut with Samsung’s 200-megapixel sensor ISOCELL S5KGND. According to Lu Qianhao’s statement, these new technologies are also capable of 3D security like face ID on Apple devices.
Last September, the first mass-produced under-screen camera ZTE Axon 20 5G listed, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, with 6.92-inch FHD + screen, priced from 2198 yuan. Its primary 32 MP sensor, F/2.0-aperture lens with 24 mm-equivalent focal lengths, and Under-display LED flash didn’t perform well on DxOMark’s selfie camera review.
Surprisingly, the machine scored 10 points for the front photo and 51 points for the video, and the front ended up with just 26 points, ranking second to last among all tested models. DxOMark says the ZTE Titan Axon 20 5G’s impressive under-screen front camera design sacrifices a lot in terms of performance, resulting in poor image quality and a performance that is seriously below par by almost any metric.
However, users who don’t care at all about how good the front-facing camera is can consider this phone, as it seems to perform quite reliably in other areas. The use of the under-screen camera technology is known to cause the phone to struggle to produce ideal colors, and it usually suffers from white balance color bias under any shooting conditions.
However, although the front-facing lens performance of the ZTE Axon 20 5G failed to achieve a high DXOMARK score, it was praised by many consumers for its core technologies such as ultra-permeable micron-level new materials, independently driven screen display chip, highly integrated minimal circuit design, original natural pixel arrangement, and triple front-facing spiritually transparent algorithm. So, we look forward excited to experience the 2nd generation under-screen camera and 3D structure light technology.