Chinese phone maker ZTE has just confirmed the launch date for its next flagship device. The ZTE Axon 30 series will become official on April 15 as confirmed by the latest teaser image posted on Weibo.
This teaser also shows off the phone’s design and talks about some of its features. The three 64MP cameras that were rumored in the past few weeks have just been confirmed by this poster, as it is labeled on the phone’s main camera island. This also debunks the rumor of a 200MP camera sensor on a smartphone.
It is worth mentioning that this camera setup will only feature on the Axon 30 Pro, while the rest of the phones in the series will get a downgraded version. ZTE recently unveiled its next-generation under-display camera which will now have support for a 120Hz display. This also aligns with previous rumors regarding display specifications.
Additionally, the Axon 30’s product page on JD.com confirmed that it will be powered by the flagship Snapdragon 888 chip. This will likely be exclusive to the Pro model, while the rest will be mid-range devices. The Axon 30 Pro’s 3C certification has already revealed that it will have support for 55W fast charging.
Stay tuned for updates.