ZTE will lift the veil on its new flagship Axon 30 series next week, specifically on April 15 (Thursday). This announcement is attached to the first official photo of the Axon 30 Pro which shows the characteristic shape of the camera island.
This island will house three 64MP cameras, as previously announced. You can see the 3x 64 label right next to the fourth module on the back – the telephoto lens. By the way, the rumor of a 200 MP sensor turned out to be unfounded (admittedly, these rumors were fueled by a ZTE executive).
First official image of ZTE Axon 30 Pro, note the 3x 64 MP + periscope camera setup
Note that this camera setup will be featured on the Axon 30 Pro, the rest of the 30 Series will likely get a scaled-down version. Regardless, ZTE recently introduced a second-generation underscreen selfie camera (which now supports 120Hz displays), it now supports 120Hz displays (which is the refresh rate assumed for series 30).
There is a placeholder page for the Axon 30 series on JD.com, which confirms that the series will feature the Snapdragon 888 chipset. Last year, the Axon 20 took a mid-range detour with the S765G. The 888 will likely be exclusive to the Pro model. The 3C revealed that the Axon 30 Pro would support 55W fast charging.
The ZTE Axon 30 Pro will be powered by a Snapdragon 888 (with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage)
By the way, ZTE is running a lottery with Axon 30 phones as prizes. This lottery ends on April 30, which is probably the end of the promotional campaign and the start of sales.