ZTE A20 5G: The first smartphone with an under-screen camera appears at the TENAA
It has been a few days since ZTE announced that it would be releasing a smartphone with an under-screen camera, which would make it the first device to feature the technology. ZTE is believed to have called the device the A20 5G, which has now been reinforced by a TENAA listing. The device also carries the model number A2121, for reference, while the images provided by the TENAA imply that ZTE will market it as the Axon A20 5G.
According to the listing, the A20 5G's under-screen camera will be a 32 MP sensor, which will be complemented by four rear-facing cameras. The primary of these will be a 64 MP sensor, which ZTE has supported with dual 2 MP sensors and an 8 MP sensor. The TENAA does not reveal the purposes of these sensors, though.
Elsewhere, the Axon A20 5G is listed as having a 6.92-inch OLED screen that resolves at 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. It is unclear what SoC will underpin the device, but it has an octa-core CPU that can clock up to 2.4 GHz. Additionally, ZTE will offer the Axon A20 5G with 6 GB, 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM and 64 GB, 128 GB or 256 GB of expandable storage. The TENAA reveals that the device will weigh 198 g too, while ZTE has managed to cram a 4,120 mAh battery inside its 172.1 x 77.9 x 7.9 mm chassis.