ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Specifications and Design Revealed Ahead of May 9 Launch
Let's take a look at the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra specifications, features, and other details that are currently known.
ZTE has begun teasing the key specifications of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Axon 40 Ultra. The upcoming flagship will be the successor to the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra, which was released last year. The flagship Android smartphone is expected to be released in a few global markets. The company has teased some of the phone's key specs and features ahead of the official launch.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon flagship platform will power the Axon 30 Ultra. The device will also have an improved under-screen front camera. Let's take a look at the ZTE Axon 40 Ultra specifications, features, and other details that are currently known.
ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Specifications
The ZTE Axon 40 Ultra will go on sale in China on May 9. The company has teased some of the phone's key specs and features ahead of the official launch. The Axon 40 Ultra will ship with an under-screen front camera. It is said to have a 16MP front camera sensor.
The screen is curved, with minimal bezels on the top and bottom edges. ZTE will release a flagship phone with a 6.8-inch OLED display and 120Hz refresh rate support. A 360Hz touch sampling rate will be supported by the 10-bit screen.
The phone has a rectangular camera module on the back with a triple-camera setup. The phone will have three 64MP sensors. The primary camera will have a Sony IMX787 sensor as well as an OmniVision 64MP ultrawide camera sensor. There will be a second 64MP sensor for telephoto shots.
As previously stated, the device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. The phone will also include a 5000 mAh battery with support for 80W fast charging out of the box.
All of this hardware will be housed in a glass body that is 8.41mm thick and weighs about 204 grams. The phone will also include an X-Axis linear motor and an infrared blaster. What are your thoughts on the Axon 40 Ultra? Let us know in the comments section below.
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