ZTE Axon 20 5G is the first phone with under-display camera
ZTE axon 20 Almost exactly a year ago, we attended the 2019 Oppo Creativity Day in Shenzhen. At the case, Oppo demonstrated the first idea of a mobile camera under-display. While numerous other developments were demonstrated at the launch, the secret selfie camera was obviously the star of the show as the final chapter of the development of a fully bezelless smartphone began.is worlds first under display camera phone.
Ok, Oppo hasn't launched a technology smartphone yet. Because as capitalism goes, if you don't do something, someone else can do so. And this time, someone's the ZTE. The Axon 20 5G is a new ZTE product, and it's regular sports fare in most respects. There is a wide 6.92-inch OLED monitor with a 90Hz refresh rate, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G with 5G capability, a 4.220mAh battery with a 30W charge, and a powerful quad-camera system.
That said, the under-display camera is a unique selling point of the ZTE A20 5G and is likely to give a glimpse into the future of smartphone design, even if it doesn't take the most precise or informative images. If you're trying to wow your buddies with an odd camera on your computer, you might consider this phone because the images are good enough. However, if you're trying to take some crisp and informative pictures, the A20 5G just isn't the right handset.
ZTE claims it has built five main innovations to make the Axon 20 5G sub-display camera a possibility. Working in concert, these five developments enable the light to reach the display and allow the camera below to take pictures.
Using the sub-display camera, you can take images using either selfie mode or portrait mode, and capture video as well. In short, the under-display sensor, which uses a 32-megapixel lens, captured good images in brightly lit conditions, but had room for growth in low-light situations. Daytime selfies revealed ample facial detail like tiny freckles, but the camera whitened and air-brushed my skin, resulting in images that weren't exactly true to life.
As we reported earlier, this is the first mass-produced phone to come with an under-display sensor. Chinese competitor Xiaomi has released its third generation under-display camera technology, and Vivo has also gone as far as releasing a prototype product, but neither of them has ever gone to the market.