ZTE is surely turning a lot of heads with its latest offering, the Axon 30 Ultra. The company recently added three new devices to its portfolio. The ZTE Axon 30, the Axon 30 Pro and the Axon 30 Ultra will be soon available in the United States and Canada.
While the exact release date is yet to be announced, the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra surely packs all the features a flagship device should offer. This latest addition from ZTE is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 with the option to choose between 8 GB and 12 GB of RAM. Moreover, the phone will feature a quad-camera setup along with a 5x zoom and come with 66W fast charging. The device also offers a 144Hz adaptive refresh rate, something only a few smartphones can ever think of. The use of a high refresh rate screen is sure to attract a lot of mobile gamers.
One area where the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra shines in is the camera department. ZTE Axon 30 Ultra has a quad camera setup, featuring a 64 MP f/1.6 main camera with optical image stabilization. It is paired with another 64 MP camera with a 35mm length backed by another 64 MP ultrawide sensor. The three 64 MP camera sensors are paired with an 8 MP telephoto lens that also features OIS.
The front camera features a traditional 16 MP sensor, with the rear camera offering an 8K/30 fps recording option. According to ZTE, the phone has a borderless curved design offering a 95% screen to body ratio. The 6.67-inch screen is protected by the Gorilla Glass 5 with support for HDR 10. The company also offers 4 variable refresh rate options – 60 Hz, 90 Hz, 120 Hz and 144 Hz. This will surely help the device last longer and save a ton of battery life.
The Axon 30 Ultra features a 4,600 mAh battery with support for 66W fast charging. The fingerprint sensor is located under the screen with the phone running on Android 11 out of the box.
Coming to the Axon 30 Pro, the phone features the same Snapdragon 888 Processor paired with a 120 Hz display and 55W fast charging. The only phone to follow the Axon 20 5Gs suit is the Axon 30, which features the in-display selfie camera.
ZTE’s current offering surely does impressive on the paper, but how it translates to real-world performance is yet to be seen. While ZTE hasn’t revealed the price and the availability of the devices, we are pretty sure they will be sold online like other ZTE phones.