ZTE is planning to demonstrate its second-gen implementation at the forthcoming MWC Shanghai after launching the first mass-market smartphone with an under-display sensor. The conference will take place between 23-25 February and the alleged Axon 30 Pro from ZTE may very well be the device for showcasing the latest development of UD.
The news was confirmed by ZTE’s President of Mobile Devices Ni Fei in a Weibo post and also mentions that ZTE will introduce the world’s first standardized light technology for under-screen 3D. If this implementation can be used needs to be seen, but there are effects that will aid in more precise face scanning. The post also boasts the number one spot for ZTE in terms of patents pending in China.
With Samsung’s 200MP S5KGND sensor yet to be released, the Axon 30 Pro is considered to be ZTE’s 2021 flagship. However, the major question is whether ZTE has managed to increase the image quality since the sub-par performance of the Axon 20 5G from the UD sensor. The Snapdragon 888 is also, according to leaks, on the menu. We’ll certainly get more info about the ZTE case next week, so stay tuned.