Sunday, May 29, 2022

ZTE is set to offer a security chip with its Axon 40 Series

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ZTE is introducing the Axon 40 Series next Monday, the lineup is expected to comprise of three phones, the Axon 40, Axon 40 Pro, and the Axon 40 Ultra.

ZTE Axon 40 Series confirmed specs:

The basic version of the device will pack a full-screen experience along with a third-gen technology for an under-display front-facing camera. The Ultra version on the other hand will have a 64MP primary shooter on the rear, along with a remarkable camera-related teaser about the Pro variant as well. The Pro version will pack a 100MP primary sensor.


ZTE confirmed that it will arrive with a designated security chip that will elevate your hardware protection to the next level.


ZTE’s 100MP claims mostly mean the company will integrate Samsung’s ISOCELL HM2 sensor in the upcoming Axon 40 Pro. The company is unique as it will only make mobile imaging platforms with such high resolutions and the HM2 is its latest iteration.


In terms of size, the sensor measures 1/1.33″ and it arrives with support for PDAF, Laser AF, and OIS. All of which will make the Axon 40 Pro a remarkable device. The image represents 6 layers in front of the actual sensors, which means that it will be a proper 6P lens along with an aperture of f/1.8.

Coming to the security chip, it will be a first for ZTE. There is no detail on what the features are but we can hope for it to have sensitive data such as fingerprint sensors, passwords, and credit card details. Apart from this, there is not much information where the storage can be vulnerable to attacks.

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In a week we will know all the information, however, ZTE is likely to share more features until then.

Source: Weibo

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