ZTE has announced its upcoming pricing and availability Axon 40 Ultra smartphonewith many improvements over the previous model.
A new press release from ZTE to Lifewire covers several details about the next-generation phone axon line, including an upgraded screen and camera system. It also has better performance, thanks in part to Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor.
If you’re used to the fully integrated screens of other Axon smartphones, don’t worry, the Axon 40 Ultra doesn’t break this particular mold. In fact, ZTE claims improvements to the 40 Ultra’s 6.8-inch AMOLED screen result in a sharper display, smoother images, and more precise synchronization.
Cameras have received a similar level of attention, starting with a 16MP front-facing unit with higher sensitivity and plenty of AI-driven tech support. So basically, all your selfies look better than previous Axon phones. Literally, the Axon 40 Ultra uses three 64MP cameras (telephoto, ultra-wide, and “human”), and they also improve image quality across the board. In addition to that, they can support video recording up to 8K.
The Axon 40 Ultra also uses a liquid cooling system to further boost performance and reduce heat build-up along with the aforementioned Snapdragon processor. While ZTE didn’t provide an estimate of how long the new phone can charge, the 5,000mAh battery supports at least 65W of “super fast charging.”
The Axon 40 Ultra will go on sale on June 21, starting at $799 for the 8GB+128GB version and $899 for the 12GB+256GB version.although Pre-orders are now open If you want to queue up early.
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