The new Axon series of mobile phones presented by ZTE is made up of three terminals with many similarities and slight differences that position them in different price ranges.
In the upper range are the Ultra and Pro, while the base Axon 30 is designed to compete in price in a lower range. The availability of this particular model seems to be expected due to the global shortage of chips.
The Ultra and Pro both have top-notch specs, with a top-notch Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC at their cores, but the Ultra appears to be built to take on flagships like the Galaxy S21 Ultra
It has a quad rear camera setup and a super high refresh rate screen that reaches 155Hz.
Already on the back of the Axon 30 Ultra we find a 64 MP f / 1.6 main camera with laser autofocus and OIS (optical image stabilization), another 64 MP camera and an equivalent f / 1.9 lens 35 mm, intended for portraits.
A third 64 MP sensor acts as an ultra wide angle camera, accompanied by an 8 MP periscope telephoto lens with OIS, 5x optical zoom and 60x hybrid zoom.
The other big talking point is the 6.67-inch AMOLED HDR10 + Full HD + curved display that offers 10-bit color depth and a high refresh rate of 144Hz (300Hz touch sample rate). ).
The Ultra’s digital signage settings mean it can be managed between 60Hz, 90Hz, 120Hz, and 144Hz when the user switches from general interaction to video streaming, gaming, or gaming. the use of general applications.
In addition to the screen and camera, the Axon 30 Ultra also has a 4600mAh battery with 66W wired fast charging, 5G technology paired with an improved antenna design, as well as Wi-Fi 6E.
You can find it in four different colors with black, white, light brown and light blue finishes.
For its part, the hardware of the Axon 30 Pro boils down to offering a quad rear camera setup with just two 64 MP sensors, a high refresh rate display of 120 Hz and a smaller 4,200 mAh battery with a fast charge of 55. W.
In China, the Axon 30 Pro and Ultra are bookable and will go on sale from April 19. For its part, the global versions (which will also be available in the United States and Canada) should be released in May.
Prices for the Axon 30 Ultra (with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage) start at CNY ¥ 4,698 in China, the equivalent of which is priced at $ 600, despite which, it is likely that final prices can tend towards the advantage.