Last week, Ni Fei, President of ZTE’s Terminal Division, announced that ZTE will demonstrate the world’s first under-screen 3D structured light technology at Shanghai MWC.
On February 22, ZTE’s Lu Qianhao pointed out that ZTE’s world’s first under-screen 3D structured light technology is the first to achieve true full-screen form, true 3D security and human-computer interaction, and a more wonderful selfie experience. This is the future of intelligence The evolution of mobile phones lays a solid foundation.
This time ZTE has overcome the 3D structured light technology under the screen. This technology can achieve 3D face recognition while removing the bangs that affect the screen-to-body ratio. It can be described as killing two birds with one stone.
However, since the 3D face recognition requires a lot of sensors, it is more difficult to hide them under the screen than the camera under the screen.
In addition, ZTE is about to release the annual flagship ZTE Axon 30 Pro, which will debut the second-generation under-screen camera technology, which is the first known flagship of Snapdragon 888 equipped with under-screen camera technology.
The Snapdragon 888 equipped with the Axon 30 Pro has a built-in Kryo 680 CPU, uses a 5nm process technology, and integrates an Adreno 660 GPU. The graphics rendering speed is up to 35% higher than the previous generation platform.