Review ZTE Axon 30 5G – ZTE Axon 30 5G, the under-display camera technology it carries has been refined. Promise higher quality and pixel density. The rear body design is now made more quirky and futuristic, equipped with firm line accents.
Like the previous generation, the front of the ZTE Axon 30 5G is full of screens with all four very slim bezels. The screen is 6.95 inches in dimensions, uses a full HD + AMOLED panel with 10 bit color support. Not only that, the refresh rate is also in accordance with today’s flagship standards, reaching 120Hz.
From the 7-layer screen structure, the special OLED panel, the more transparent cathode to the special UDC Pro chip, everything is designed so that more light can be captured by the camera sensor. Coupled with pixel-binning technology, a larger number of pixels also certainly sharpens photos.
While on the rear body, there are two large circles that store four different sensors. The main sensor uses a 64MP Sony IMX682 which is known for its quality.
While the other three sensors are standard; 8MP ultra wide-angle, 5MP macro and depth sensors. Enhanced with a special vlog mode, provides ease of adding effects to videos.
Hardware matters, it’s not the fastest like other flagships. The ZTE Axon 30 5G uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chip, along with 6/8/12GB RAM and 128/256GB UFS 3.1 internal storage. To be present, ZTE also embeds the feature of adding up to 8GB of virtual RAM, so the total can reach 20GB.
Running Android 11 with MyOS interface, ZTE’s new smartphone also features DTS:XUltra 3D support for thunderous sound effects. The battery capacity is 4,200 mAh, can be charged instantly via fast charging 55 watts.