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The Axon 30 Ultra and two other 30 series devices, the Axon 30 and Axon 30 Pro, were released by ZTE. The Axon 30 Ultra, for example, will be distributed in the United States and Canada. The precise launch date and price will be announced later.
However, we know that 30Ultra has all of the high-end Android functionality. Snapdragon 888 cpu, 8GB or 12GB ram, 6.67-inch 1080p OLED monitor, variable refresh rate up to 144Hz, four rear cameras with 5x zoom, and 66W quick charging will all be included.
The sensor architecture on the 30 Ultra is striking, with a 64-megapixel f/1.6 main camera with optical image stabilization. Another 64-megapixel camera with a non-anti-shake 35mm equivalent f/1.9 lens and an ultra-wide-angle 64-megapixel sensor is accessible. The 8-megapixel sensor is paired with a periscope telephoto lens that provides optical image stabilization. It has a conventional self-portrait sensor with a perforated 16 million pixels, unlike the Axon 20 5G. The main camera’s video capture capability is up to 8K/30fps.
The phone’s 6.67-inch touchscreen is a borderless, angled OLED panel with a 95 percent screen-to-body ratio, according to ZTE. It is covered by Gorilla Glass 5 and supports HDR10. 60Hz, 90Hz, 120Hz, and 144Hz adaptive refresh rates are accessible. To conserve battery life, it uses these refresh speeds based on the application.
A huge 4600mAh battery with swift 66W wired charging is included in the Axon 30 Ultra 5G’s practical settings. It runs on Android 11 and has a fingerprint reader built into the screen for biometric unlocking. The Snapdragon 888 chipset is still present in the downgraded Axon 30 Pro, but the rear camera setup is new, the 120Hz screen is fixed, and the 55W charging speed is slower. The only model with a built-in selfie camera in the window is the Axon 30 simple model.