ZTE just launched the Axon 30 series smartphones in China a few days back with some really exciting features. These are the smartphones that do not have under-display camera technology. The company said it will take some more time to launch the next generation, under-display smartphone model. The previous generation of under-display camera smartphones was a breakthrough in the smartphone industry where ZTE has made a prominent mark from its side for the upcoming future ahead.
As per a well-known Chinese tipster who goes by the name Digital Chat Station, ZTE will soon launch a new smartphone named ZTE Blade 31 Pro in China. The tipster also added this year the company’s pace of new products is fast. Neither had he mentioned any additional information about the smartphone, nor anything can be found online.
The last time we checked the ZTE A31 got several certifications and now the pro version of the series has also been tipped ahead of launch. Though nothing has surfaced regarding the smartphone except the name, we assume that the launch might delay a little bit in this situation.
This smartphone will be a mid-range offering from the Chinese brand. Moving on, the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra is almost the same as the Axon 30 Pro, having a 300 Hz touch sampling rate which is lower than the 360 Hz touch sampling rate of the previous device. This display has a 95% screen-body ratio and a single punch-hole at the center. It is also powered by the same Snapdragon 888 SoC. In terms of optics, Axon 30 Ultra offers quad-cameras at the back. This module consists of three 64 MP cameras (Primary lens, ultrawide sensor, and superhuman camera) and an 8 MP periscope lens. For selfies and video chats, you will get a 16MP selfie shooter. To see more about this device click here.