The strongest imaging system in the industry! ZTE AXON 30 Pro is expected to be equipped with dual 100-megapixel main cameras

Recently, Ni Fei, President of ZTE’s Terminal Business Unit, officially announced the 2021 flagship-ZTE AXON 30 Pro. He also revealed that the machine will be equipped with the industry’s strongest imaging system in 2021, which is by no means counted.

Subsequently, ZTE Lv Qianhao forwarded the Weibo with a text of “two hundred million”. At the same time, he posted this afternoon that the ZTE AXON 30 Pro is equipped with the Snapdragon 888 computing image performance.

And the new Spectra 580 ISP (computational vision image signal processor) supports a single image sensor with a maximum of 200 million pixels.

Judging from Lu Qianhao’s repeated mention of “two billion”, ZTE’s AXON 30 Pro is likely to be equipped with dual main camera systems, and all use 100 million pixel sensors, which can be brought by the powerful ISP of Snapdragon 888 Better photo effects.



In addition to the powerful rear camera, the front camera of ZTE AXON 30 Pro is also expected to achieve another technological breakthrough. It may be equipped with ZTE’s second-generation under-screen camera technology. This will also become the world’s first flagship phone with under-screen camera. .

ZTE’s AXON 20 5G has previously launched the world’s first under-screen camera. ZTE has adopted core technologies such as ultra-high transparency micron-level new materials, independent drive screen display chips, and highly integrated minimal circuit design to avoid the interference of complex circuits on the camera, and improve The front shooting effect, with the original natural pixel arrangement, makes the display more natural.

The second-generation under-screen camera technology is bound to improve again in terms of screen effects and proactive camera effects, accelerating the popularization of under-screen camera technology.

According to relevant reports, ZTE AXON 30 Pro will be officially unveiled in the first quarter of this year, so stay tuned.