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ZTE Axon 30 5G advances its design and launch date

While folding screens are being one of the great focuses of innovation, smartphones still have other interesting technologies in development such as cameras under the screen. And is that the ZTE Axon 30 5G wanted to regain part of the prominence with a small preview of its design, and the announcement of its official launch date at the end of this month.

In fact, it has been the Chinese company itself that has decided to publish this advertising image on the Weibo social network. As main features, without a doubt the two most notable points of these phones are your cameras and screen. Keeping in line with the first terminals of this family, ZTE repeats with a UDC camera system under the screen, adding this time a rear quad configuration around what appears to be a large sensor.

All this under a rear front quite similar to the one presented Huawei P50, with two circular groupings for cameras, separating the main lens from the rest; in this case resting on a more traditional rectangular island, making this design stand out and contrast more markedly.

On the other hand, as we can see in this same teaser, the ZTE Axon 30 5G will be available in three color options black, silver blue, and yellowas well as a fourth white variant with a multi-colored vertical farm, possibly intended for a special edition of the phone.

The specifications for the phone remain unknown, although a device is expected to be included within the high-end flagships this year, with an alleged entry from TENAA that advances the presence of a Snapdragon 870 (instead of the expected Snapdragon 888), 12 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of storage.

Thus, we have no choice but to wait another week, having advanced the company itself an official presentation date for next July 27, in which it is expected that they will also expand more information on its price and international availability.

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