It’s finished! Review of the first smartphone with a camera under the screen from Andro News!
See the world’s first smartphone with a camera under the screen! ZTE Axon 20 5G
Innovative – caution is not a hindrance. Perhaps this explains the fact that a number of smartphone manufacturers are in no hurry to bring devices with a sub-screen front camera to the market. Although someone will blame that they are deliberately slowly mastering new technologies. I think that after today’s review of the ZTE Axon 20 5G, many will better understand why many are cautious.
Already after ZTE announced that it would be the first to introduce a smartphone with a sub-screen camera, there was a fear that we would witness a stupid experiment. Alas, the Chinese company has reaffirmed that a number of manufacturers are adopting new technologies on a “just to be” basis, without worrying too much about polishing them to perfection and making them truly useful to people.
The ZTE Axon 20 5G was created with one goal: to make noise in the market and declare itself as the company that came first to the finish line in the race for the subscreen camera. At the same time, the company diligently pretends that everything worked out for it and even reports that the first batches of smartphones are being swept from store shelves. Only those who know little about technology could have taken such a decision made by ZTE, and fell for the marketing noodles “the world’s first with a subscreen camera.”
The implementation of the camera under the display in the ZTE Axon 20 5G is frankly weak, crude and this whole story with the “pioneer” on the market is not even suitable for a wow effect. With its product, ZTE not only did not become a leader, but also turned into an outsider and a laughing stock when everything was at stake for the hype. As you know, if you hurry, you make people laugh. The same happened with the ZTE Axon 20 5G, which was an outright flop. Where the “main” chip played a cruel joke with him, turning him into this year’s loser. And more about the smartphone itself and impressions about it – in the video.