In September, ZTE launched the Axon 20 5G as the world’s first smartphone with an under-display camera. Now the device is ready for its global debut. It will be made available in the following markets through the official ZTE website: EU, UK, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia and South Africa. The price is € 449 / $ 449 / £ 419 and is initially sold in limited quantities via invitation codes. Users can join the New Vision Club program to be among the first to purchase the Axon 20 5G and receive free ZTE LiveBuds TWS headphones.
ZTE says it has reached one Full screen display effect with the same performance of the front camera by adapting a special material with high euphotic rates achieved by new organic and inorganic filmsThis improves the supply of light to the front camera. The phone comes with one Dual control chip and a unique driver circuit This solves synchronization problems of color and conventional displays when using a camera under the display. Plus it has one special matrix This optimizes pixels to improve display consistency and create a more natural pixel transition.
The ZTE Axon 20 5G has a 6.92 inch OLED display and supports 10-bit color depth and 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut. It also has an aspect ratio of 20.5: 9 and supports DTS: X Ultra 3D sound. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC. It has improved antenna technology and sports a 64MP Super HD main camera This supports high resolution 4K video at 60 frames per second, super night scenes, video beauty and real-time HDR video in multiple lighting conditions. In addition, it packs a 4,220mAh battery that supports 30W fast charge and a 5G power saving mode that improves battery life by 35%.
The smartphone is equipped with nine temperature sensors that improve the heat dissipation capabilities through a triple intelligent heat dissipation system that includes liquid cooling, nano-carbon fiber and multi-layer graphite.
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