You can hear about it many times, and now the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra is powered by a camera installed under the screen, but not only that. The smartphone now offers its third generation of under-display image capture modules, and the manufacturer is convinced that this is its best job yet. In addition to the Ultra model, the Pro variant also appeared, with very impressive features, which we will not forget below.
ZTE Axon 40 Ultra
previous base form (Axon 30 5GIt was also quite large, around 7 inches, and the current Ultra variant isn’t much smaller with its 6.8-inch screen, which is based on AMOLED technology and offers a pixel density of 400 ppi at 2480 x 1116 pixels.
The panel provides 120Hz image refresh and 360Hz touch sensitivity. The Chinese manufacturer is using an all-new UDC Pro chip to control the display, which has also been given a new sub-pixel layout for a more consistent design and display. The organic screen is capable of 10-bit display, covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 scale, and can have a brightness of up to 1,500 nits. 1440 Hz PWM dimming is also supported.
In the field of cameras, too, there is a first-class novelty, its primary photo-capture unit is the Sony IMX787 with a resolution of 64 megapixels. And now comes the screw: the other two cameras got exactly the same resolution, one telephoto, the other ultra-wide. The front camera takes 16-megapixel photos hidden in the pixels of the screen.
The primary sensor, with a focal length of 35mm, is tucked behind a 7P lens, with no f/1.6 aperture. An Optical Image Stabilizer and omnidirectional auto focus are also included.
The ultra-wide angle module features a 16mm lens with f/2.35 aperture, allowing the sensor to capture macro images from up to 4cm away. Both camera units use a dedicated Sony IMX787 sensor. The telephoto unit has a focal length of 91mm and aperture of f/3.5 as well as a periscope lens with optical image stabilization. Inside the design, of course, there is also a 64MP sensor, although its type is not clear. In addition to the image capture modules, a 3D ToF sensor and a flicker sensor are included.
The ZTE Axon 40 Ultra is capable of 8K movie shooting with all three rear cameras, and since the three rear modules remain active, you can switch between focal lengths at any time. Under the hood of the phone, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset does the math with at least 8 but up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. If the latter is more impressive relative to the latter, in addition to plenty of RAM, you can also enjoy 1TB of spare storage, and the others will likely be able to accommodate 256 or 512GB configurations as well. No one gets it wrong because there are UFS 3.1 repositories in every release. A 36356 mm² steam chamber attempts to dissipate the heat generated during operation.
The ZTE Axon 40 Ultra is powered by a 5,000mAh battery that can be charged via the USB-C connector at speeds up to 80W. The charging connector is also an audio output, the Snapdragon Sound platform strives to provide high-quality sound, and portable stereo speakers support DTS: X Ultra. Tactile feedback is provided by an X-axis linear vibration motor.
The device will, of course, be available for the first time in China, where they will cost about $745 for the cheapest 8/256 GB model, converted from local cash. The good news is coming to an end: the device will be available globally from June, but exact pricing hasn’t been announced by the manufacturer yet. It is not yet known which configurations will be available for purchase in Europe, but we hope this information will be shared with us soon.
ZTE Axon 40 Pro
Instead of a Pro capture unit mounted under the Pro model’s display, it offers a more traditional solution, with the front camera positioned in a hole under the top bezel, in the middle. The screen in question is based on a 6.67-inch, 144Hz curved AMOLED panel lined with a total of 2,400 x 1080 pixels and is capable of shining at a brightness of up to 1,000 nits. The screen has 100 percent DCI-P3 coverage as well as a 10-bit screen, and while there’s no image capture module under the screen, a fingerprint reader can be found here.
The device is powered by the proven Snapdragon 870 chipset, which can have 8 or 12 GB of RAM and 256 or 512 GB of storage, depending on the configuration you choose. Unfortunately, as with the Ultra version, this time the storage cannot be expanded. Running Android 12 mobile operating system with MyOS user interface, the Ultra model offers the same software environment.
On the back of the ZTE Axon 40 Pro, the primary image capture module is a 108MP unit with 1/1.52-inch aperture and f/1.9 aperture. The 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera with 120° scanning, macro sensor, and depth sensor can help you take pictures. The front camera resolution here is 16 MP as well.
The smartphone also has stereo speakers that support DTS:X decoding. The power requirements of the device components are again provided by a 5,000 mAh battery, but the maximum “only” fast charge is 66W. It has not been discussed when and when the ZTE Axon 40 Pro will be available, nor has it been detailed.
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