ZTE Corporation, a top provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions and consumer technology for the mobile internet, has just announced that they will launch the ZTE Axon 20 5G in China on September 1, 2020.
The smartphone will be the world’s first mass-produced 5G terminal featuring an under-display camera, representing another massive milestone in ZTE’s history and development of a full display smartphone.
ZTE is working on providing consumers with unmatched user experiences by accelerating the development of innovative tech.
ZTE recorded various breakthroughs in the field of smartphone displays over the past few years.
The company has launched the world’s first pressure-sensitive display, the world’s first foldable dual-screen smartphone, and its first naked-eye 3D display smartphone.
One year ago, ZTE launched the first commercial 5G smartphone, the Axon 10 Pro 5G, in China, Nordic countries, and the Middle East.
The device packs a uniquely curved display thanks to the advanced Oncell-Metal Mesh and COP packaging technologies.
All the major phone companies have been working on under-display camera smartphones.
Consumers were presented with the evolution of smartphone front cameras from notch display, pop-up selfie camera, water-drop notch, to the hole-punch screen.
ZTE will further boost the development of display technologies in the smartphone game by introducing the 5G under-display camera smartphone.
The experience will be truly revolutionary, and we can’t wait to see a hands-on video of the device.
It’s curious how only a decade ago, having a front-facing camera and some apps, would grant a smartphone the title of a smartphone.
Nowadays, fingerprint scanners, 8GB of RAM, hundreds of gigabytes of storage, and advanced processors are the norm. We can’t help but wonder what will be the norm ten years from now.