Not long ago, ZTE Mobile announced that it will hold a new product launch conference on May 9 to officially launch the ZTE Axon 40 series flagship mobile phones.
At this conference, there will be a model that should be in the spotlight. If you guess, we are talking about the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra, which is going to come with an improved under-screen camera.
Today, the company released a new poster, paying tribute to the workers and promoting the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra.
As we can see, the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra not only completely “erases” the front camera, but also seems to have achieved a state where the upper and lower sides are completely equal in width. In addition, the left and right sides are equal in width as well. The overall visual effect is very good and looks very harmonious.
In addition to the posters, some bloggers have already exposed the real photos. Say, from the one below, we can see that the camera is not seen at all when looking at the front of the phone. We mention this because the first generation of this series couldn’t completely hide the front camera.
Plus, if believing previous rumors, the upcoming ZTE Axon 40 Ultra will be the industry’s first under-screen camera flagship with a high-resolution screen. When saying a high-res screen we don’t mean 2K but a custom resolution between 2K and 1080P, which is more delicate and better display than the current 1080P under-screen camera technology on the market.
From another leak, a video, we saw that the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra has independent speaker openings on the top. So there is every reason to think that the new phone will sport symmetrical independent dual speakers. The sound stereo and sound quality of the whole machine will be even better.
In addition, there is an infrared remote control sensor next to the opening of the top speaker. So the phone can be used to remotely control home appliances.
In terms of photography, the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra is also the only flagship phone in the industry that can shoot 8K video with all three cameras. The handset will come with three 64-megapixel sensors. Thus, it has three main cameras.
Lastly, the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra will adopt an independent drive scheme based on the side-mounted design of the drive circuit, that is, one sub-pixel drive circuit drives other sub-pixels of the same color at the same time, simplifying the wiring design of the transparent area, compared to the one-piece drive circuit. The multi-drive design not only achieves a 400PPI ultra-fine display effect but also ensures a full-screen brightness difference of less than 2%, which greatly enhances the light transmittance.