Fortunately, despite the fate that befell Huawei, ZTE has given itself the freedom to continue its smartphone business unimpeded and even sell some of them in the U.S.
However, the ZTE Axon 20 5G or UDC’s under-display camera did not live up to expectations, but the company has now confirmed that it is a next-gen version with the flagship name of Axon 30.
Last year, ZTE was very keen on innovation in this area. In contrast, ZTE has been pretty quiet this year, apart from the fact that it was actually working at a second-gen UDC when everyone thought it had left that company.
Recently there was a rumor that their second attempt is coming soon and ZTE has just confirmed and joked that it will actually happen this year.
The company simply said that a new generation of camera phones with UDC technology is coming soon and will be called the Axon 30.
However, this is only a marketing representation, so the lack of a visible “patch” on the UDC sensor should be viewed with caution.
The trailer doesn’t give an exact date for the Axon 30 5G with the UDC announcement, but ZTE is setting a timestamp for another Axon 30 variant coming this week.
July 9th at 10 a.m. ZTE unveiled a configuration of the Axon 30 Ultra with 16 GB of RAM and a whopping 1 TB of storage. Details on this new model are still scarce, especially its global availability, but we don’t have to wait too long to get the official word.
As for the ZTE Axon 30 5G with UDC, rumors have it that it will hit the market on July 22nd. Whether it will be available in global markets, particularly in the US, remains a matter of dispute.
It is even more important that it remains to be seen in the truest sense of the word whether it actually brings the promised improvements in the UDC technology developed jointly with Visionox.