The past two generations of the ZTE Axon have used an under-display camera, this year’s ZTE Axon 40 Ultra will do the same. Not only will this year’s Ultra Axon model use an under-display camera, it’ll also use a very formidable camera setup. This setup will house three cameras, two of which will use the same sensor.
The sensor in question is the IMX787 outsole sensor from Sony. Nubia Z40 Pro is the first device to use this sensor, and it launched in the month of February 2022. Sony’s IMX787 outsole sensor is capable of outputting 50MP images and has an f/1.6 aperture and also a 1/1.3 ± inch outsole. ZTE Axon 40 Ultra will use a total of two of these sensors, camera ability on this device will be gorgeous.
The camera setup used on this device will be “twice the imaging power” we usually from ZTE flagship devices. This triple setup will use a vertical arrangement which will house a triple 64MP camera setup. The setup consists of the main camera, an ultrawide camera and a periscope telephoto camera. All cameras will be able to record videos in 8K, this will ensure crisp videos and vivid colour representation. With the under-display camera, ZTE is using a new 400PPI flexible camera technology, which will have a 16MP + 2.24μm fusion large-pixel sensor.
The screen on this device is to feature a 120Hz refresh rate and a multi l-touch sampling of 360Hz. It’ll also use an independent security chip to protect user data. This device will launch on May 9, and pricing and availability of the device will be announced during the launch.