ZTE AXON 20 5G real machine first exposure: original natural pixel arrangement technology, no screens
According to the official announcement, ZTE will launch the world’s first mobile phone AXON A20 5G with under-screen camera technology on September 1. As the press conference enters the final countdown, the official warm-up of the phone is increasingly involved Core secrets. Following the exposure of the previous renderings, there is now the latest news. Recently, some digital bloggers have preemptively posted spy photos of the real machine allegedly.
According to well-known digital blogger latest drying out to get the real machine spy photos show, consistent with previous exposure renderings, all new ZTE AXON 20 5G phones will be in the world premiere of the screen camera technology, the front camera hidden under the screen, Realize a true full screen form with no bangs, no digging holes, and no water droplets on the front . More importantly, judging from the effect of the real machine spy photos, the screen of ZTE AXON 20 5G does not appear “screen window effect” at the front camera position, and the display effect is the same as the surroundings, thus achieving an excellent visual experience .
According to the official introduction, ZTE’s under-screen camera has created a unique natural pixel arrangement technology. When the mobile phone needs to display or take a picture, the independent chip will transmit the instructions to the drive circuit, and the drive circuit will then transmit instructions to the pixels, so that the screen in the camera area under the screen will not It displays normally when taking pictures, and keeps transparent when taking pictures. At the same time, ZTE Lv Qianhao also stated, “The most difficult to achieve light transmission enhancement and display enhancement for the under-screen camera, giving users a stunning and true full-screen form and better selfies. These two issues have been achieved through the efforts of our engineers and partners. Users are more satisfied with the experience and meet mass production requirements.”
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