ZTE is planning to unveil the Axon 40 series next week, and we are likely to see three new models called Axon 40 Pro, Axon 40 and Axon 40 Ultra. The flagship model will be presented with a full-screen design thanks to the third generation technology and an in-display sensor, while the Ultra model will be equipped with a triple camera with a main sensor of 64 megapixels on the back, and finally the Pro model with a main sensor of 100 megapixels.It will be.
The company also confirmed that the new series is equipped with a dedicated security chip that can take hardware protection to the next level.
Axon 40 series phones specifications
ZTE will likely use the ISOCELL HM2 sensor in the Axon 40 Pro. The Korean manufacturer is the only one capable of producing high-resolution motion picture rigs, and the HM2 is the latest version to be produced.
The sensor has a size of 1.33 inches and supports PDAF, Laser AF, and OIS. We expect to see all of these technologies on the Axon 40 Pro. This image also shows six layers in front of the real sensors, which means a 6P lens with an f/1.8 aperture will be fine.
Note that ZTE is also using this security chip for the first time in Axon 40 series phones. Although no more details are available about this security chip, it can be said that it will contain a lot of sensitive information such as fingerprint scanner, password and credit card information; Therefore, there is no unsafe place in the internal storage space against various attacks.
More details about the new ZTE phones will be revealed next week, but we expect ZTE to release more features in the days leading up to the special event.
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