ZTE recently announced that it will launch the Axon 20 5G smartphone on September 1, 2020. The device will be the world’s first “mass-produced” 5G smartphone with an under-display camera, offering a full-screen experience without any notch or pop-up camera.
All the major industry players have been working on the under-display camera smartphone. Consumers have also witnessed the evolution of smartphone display forms from notch display, water-drop notch display, pop-up selfie camera smartphone, to hole punch display.
By launching the world’s first 5G smartphone with under-display camera, ZTE will further promote the development of display technologies in the smartphone industry, thereby bringing a revolutionized experiences to all consumers.
From the teaser image ZTE shared, the device does not seem to have any visible front camera (no notch, no pop-up), which is the whole point of calling it under-display camera. ZTE didn’t share any further details about the device except for the 5G support that’s in the name.
According to a leak, the Axon 20 5G is excepted to have a 6.92-inch OLED display at 2460 x 1080 resolution housing a 2.4GHz processor, up to 12GB of RAM, and a 4,120mAh battery. The phone seems pretty clean, again with no visible sign of any selfie camera(s).