19 July 2021
The launch of the ZTE Axon 30 is just around the corner but this can't stop the leaks from flowing in. Now, two video clips have surfaced on Weibo that shows a user sharing his hands-on experience with the device. Both the videos are small and they primarily focus on one aspect the most and that is the under-display camera.
The first video shows off the front and the back panel of the device. The video shows off the bezel-free and notch-less display. Also, the screen has no cut, whatsoever, and it appears to have a higher screen-to-body ratio. Coming to the back panel, this one looks pretty unusual. Well, it's the camera module that makes up a different design.
As evident a large rectangular-shaped module is apparently holding four sensors in total. One is quite a big sensor and below it is the arrangement of three sensors that are resting inside another circular module in the same rectangle. The video puts up glimpses of other things about the smartphone. For instance, a quick glance reveals the phone supports 2460x1080 pixels resolution, has Snapdragon 870 chipset, and 256GB storage.
The second video extensively talks about the quality of front and back cameras in the short video. The video is in Chinese but it appears the user is comparing the quality against the predecessor Axon 20. He can also be seen taking a picture from the front-facing camera.
In related coverage, the known tipster Digital Chat Station has shared a few product images of the ZTE Axon 30. One of the shots also shows the About phone page which reveals the phone is running MyOS 11 on top of Android 11 alongside 12GB RAM.