ZTE executive Ni Fei has been sharing details about an incoming phone called Axon 20 5G. It will be announced on September 1 with under-display selfie camera and its design has already been revealed by TENAA.
Twelve days ahead of the unveiling, the President of Mobile Devices at the Chinese conglomerate has posted an official image of the phone, pretty much confirming what we saw on TENAA - four vertical cameras with the main one being 64 MP, flat front and all the buttons going on the right-hand side.
The back panel of the phone is likely to come with some sort of protective glass and slightly curved edges. The front remains a mystery and even this render does not say much - after tinkering with the brightness of the photo, we cannot actually see the bezels, meaning it is not an actual photo of the phone but an artist rendition to showcase the lack of punch holes.
The panel is likely to be 6.92” Full HD+ OLED if we can trust the TENAA listing. Under the hood, we expect to have a Snapdragon 765G chipset, coupled with up to 12 GB RAM and 256 gigs of storage. The battery is said to have minimal charge of 4,120 mAh, meaning about 4,300-4,400 mAh of total capacity.
The main problem with 765G is that it doesn't have WiFi 6, Qualcomm kept it only for the premium 865, and since I just upgraded to AX 3600 router I can only use Wifi 6 with 865 even though I don't need the full power of it.
My Axon 10 pro is up to date,no problems