Yeah,,it's true..under display camera is not much greater and its ZTE,first smartphone under display camera.maybe the next model will satisfy user..and the price is much higher and no service center in Malaysia.im always Nokia user,now use 7.2(6gb-128rom,,and prepare for 8.3,5G.. expensive but satisfy.thanx
I'd have hoped that being able to hide the selfie would have led to a smaller device, 1080p on a display that large is pushing it anyway.
Whats even the point to put that under display camera if it has such big chin? ...
[deleted post]It's "I'm", not "im".
And BTW, what does being good in English language has anything to do with owning an iPhone? That's a very shallow way of judging someone.
For a first-gen device, it sure delivers a usable product. Just imagine the improvements in that tech in 2-3 years. It would be sublime.
Sharing, 23 Dec 2020The under display camera can be drawn comparison with the in-display fingerprint. First gen wa... moreEven after 3 years, under display fingerprint sensor isn't fast enough and it is still way behind capacitive ones. It's better to use old technologie and not rush and use half baked technologie.
Eventhough the under-display camera is a cool idea, the selfie photo quality is far from great. Definitely not the best selfie camera around, that's for sure. But look at it this way - if you never care about the selfie or wefie at all and only care about the contents on the screen, this could be a worthy consideration for your next smartphone. If ZTE launched a flagship-tier variant of the Axon 20 5G with Snapdragon 865 or 865+ or even the 888, that would be one heck of a smartphone!
The under display camera can be drawn comparison with the in-display fingerprint. First gen was slow and unreliable, but subsequent generations gets better and see more widespread use.
This is a concept device at best. Idk why they'd release a phone with such poor front camera. They could've just removed it altogether and made the phone cheaper. People who don't need a front camera could buy it.
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2020It requires transparent oled and other stuff. You cannot have miniLED there, they do not tur... moreThey do turn off individual pixels. They combine the goodies of both world (oled and lcd)
Great implementation of the concept of an under display selfie cam. For those that want that it's a step in the right direction. As for myself, I'd rather have the top 'bar' dedicated to selfie cam / other sensors. But that's just me.
Coming to the screen itself, I am confused at the choice of the size of display vs ppi? Considering it's the first iteration of this phone, they should have set the mark with a crazy display, especially at that screen size.
Can't say much for the rest of the phone.
At least they are trying something new, and not removing it and call it an innovation.
BTW, I really can't remember the name of this reviewer (the one in the pictures).
Felt a bit guilty all of a sudden
This is the first gen product. I'm sure the technology will improve in a few years to come.
Dometalican, 22 Dec 2020First gen beta test is the best description of this phone. They tried but those selfies did no... moreIt requires transparent oled and other stuff.
You cannot have miniLED there, they do not turn off.
I hope they can improve the battery life with some optimisation via software updates. Otherwise, it's quite a good phone if you don't use the selfie much.