ZTE Announces World’s First Phone with Under-Display Selfie Camera

ZTE Announces World's First Phone with Under-Display Selfie Camera

Then Annoyance For one While, ZTE has kept its promise to launch the world’s first commercial smartphone with a selfie camera embedded in the display. The Xbox 20 5G turns out to be a fairly mid-range device, excluding its main heading feature.

ZTE says the under-display 32-megapixel camera is made possible by “high transparency content including new organic and inorganic films” as well as the use of optimized software software algorithms to offset the impact on image quality.

Of course, this is difficult to decide without seeing the phone in person and testing the camera in practice. It is also questionable how much value a feature provides on a hole-punch, pop-up or an excellent piece. But we’ll see.

The phone is based around the Snapdragon 765G processor, presumably allowing it to be just 7.98mm thick while incorporating 5G connectivity and a 4,220mAh battery. The screen is a 6.92-inch OLED with in-display fingerprint sensor.

The rear camera array includes a 64-megapixel primary sensor and an 8-megapixel ultraviolet with a 2-megapixel depth and macro sensor. There are options for 6 or 8 GB RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB storage, and there is a microSD card slot.

The China Xen 20 5G is currently available for order in China, starting at 2,198 yuan (~ 20,320). No word yet on possible release elsewhere.

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