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ZTE Axon 30 Review: An Invisible Camera Is Surely Going To Cost More

ZTE Axon 30 review

ZTE has always been a bit confusing when it comes to shopping for products at higher prices. The latest ZTE Axon 30 has also raised a lot of eyebrows in the market. The only thing that you hear about the ZTE Axon 30 is the invisible camera. With several innovative features, this one is surely going to be a great purchase. 

ZTE is another way of gliding beneath the best of smartphones and offering a blend of convincing functions moderated by some sacrifices. The main feature of the ZTE Axon 30 is a considerably better, virtually undetectable under-screen camera (UDC). It’s also a ZTE smartphone, which is not typically launched in the USA. But ZTE’s AXON 30 offers more than a concealed selfie camera. Amid the rising high mid-range telephone competitors like Samsung, OnePlus, and Google.

The selfie cam of Fold 3, by comparison, shows the camera in its pixels and destroys the entire impression. The look is surely a big disappointment, but still, you can go for it. 

Features Of ZTE Axon 30

It seems that the difference is the density of the pixels or the composition, according to ZTE, with a unique pixel grid, which guarantees that the display appears in 400 PPI, double that of Axon 20. If the light is right in the unit, you may look at it, sure. But, you’re never going to notice it probably again.

The concealed sensor also compliments the 6.92-inch AMOLED panel without any camera notches or hole interruption. The ZTE Axon 30 has an intermediate-speed flagship screen with a resolution panel of 2,460 x 1,080 and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. You may choose between 120 and 60Hz, allowing the Axon 30 to decide when to increase the frequency using an Automatic option. There are more cost-effective refresh rate alternatives on telephones. This includes OnePlus 9 Pro and the recently released iPhone Pro 13, but it seems like a reasonable compromise at that price.

Despite the plastic back, the phone itself is quite large yet seems strong. In the rear of the AXON 30, ZTE has introduced a transparent appearance, which I enjoy. But I am less enthusiastic about the gigantic camera device, a few millimeters out of the phone and perhaps easier to dress and scratch. But, unfortunately, this design is ubiquitous now.

This screen may be similar to a high-end telephone, but several capabilities, such as wireless charging and certified dust and water resistance, do not make cuts.

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