On September 1st, ZTE will show off the first smartphone to be mass-produced with an in-display camera setup.
Reportedly, a Weibo CEO has put a render of the to-be-announced Axon 5G on the China-based microblogging website. The render doesn’t show the in-screen front-facing shooter, nor does it really display the phone’s bezels.
According to the leak, the front-facing shooter sports a 32-megapixel sensor, while the back features a 64-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide shooter, and two 2-megapixel cameras with macro and depth sensors.
The phone will sport a 6.92-inch OLED 2,460 x 1,080-pixel resolution display with a 20.5:9 aspect ratio and up to 12GB of RAM.
Reportedly, ZTE used technology from the China-based display company Visionox, which enables it to put a camera behind the screen. And ZTE started mass-producing the device back in June.
It’s unclear if the device will launch worldwide or if it’ll stick to the Chinese market.
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