ZTE Axon 30 Packs Three 64 Megapixels Main Camera

ZTE Axon 30 Packs Three 64 Megapixels Main Camera

ZTE Axon 30 Packs Three 64 Megapixels Main Camera

Today, ZTE officially announced the new flagship Axon 30 main camera parameters: three main cameras are 64 megapixels. The claim is “high energy full focal length, three in one, high energy image.” Officially did not announce the specific CMOS used, whether it is imx682 or Samsung GW3? We will see.

The ZTE Axon 30 is starting to warm up today, the official announcement was made just this morning. The phrase 3×64 megapixels is enough to shock the entire digital circle media. It will not be three IMX686 Sony large bottom flagship sensor it. I think it should be an IMX686, two IMX682, or a combination of 582. It is also possible to use Samsung’s GW1 sensor. The high-energy full focal length is from ultra-wide-angle to ultra-telephoto integration of all focal lengths. As far as I can remember, ZTE phones have never used a periscopic telephoto lens before. And all three planets are round, so I feel there may be still no periscopic telephoto lens. Anyway, it can’t be a single lens of 192 megapixels.

Before, ZTE Terminal Division President Ni Fei has revealed that the ZTE Axon 30 Pro will be the most powerful machine in 2021 image, the world’s first trinity of three flagship main cameras. From a single main camera to a dual main camera, and then to three main cameras, a new round of smartphone “arms race” has begun.

The ZTE Axon 30 is expected to officially debut in the second quarter and maybe the first Snapdragon 888 under-screen front camera phone while debuting with ZTE’s second-generation under-screen camera technology. It is understood that ZTE’s first mass production of the second generation of under-screen camera technology compared to a generation of qualitative evolution, display pixels from the previous generation of 200ppi to 400ppi pixels, the two display areas of the display fine and consistent, the screen refresh rate from 90Hz to 120Hz.

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