The Axon 40 smartphone will follow its predecessors on the path of introducing a new version of the under-display camera technology. It will make its official debut on May 9, ZTE now reveals. A previous leak already mentioned we should expect the screen density over the camera to be indistiguishable from the rest of the panel and we now get confirmation it will reach 400 ppi.
The under-display camera is likely to be the key feature of the ZTE Axon 40 yet again. Reports are the panel will have 1440p resolution.
A phone called A2023H was certified on TENAA last month, and it might be the Axon 40 Pro, given its top-tier CPU with 3GHz frequency, most likely part of a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. There are almost two weeks until the official launch, and we expect to learn more from official teasers in the days leading to the event.
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