Earlier this week, ZTE teased the Axon 30 5G with an in-display selfie camera, and today the company dropped another teaser, revealing the area above the camera will have a pixel density of 400ppi – that’s 2x more than the previous generation.
Higher pixel density will result in better image quality, better clarity, and less fogging, which is what marred the experience on the Axon 20 5G – world’s first commercial smartphone with in-screen camera. Besides, greater pixel density should also make the under-display selfie camera less noticeable.
ZTE Axon 20 5G
ZTE hasn’t divulged anything else about the Axon 30 5G yet, but a smartphone believed to be the Axon 30 5G got 3C certified with 55W charging last week, and you can expect the company to reveal more about the smartphone in the days leading to the July 22 announcement.
Source (in Chinese)