ZTE registers what might be its 2021 under-display camera phone, the Axon 30, with 3C
Many leaks pointing to the imminent launch of the ZTE Axon 30 series may have raised hopes that it would build on the under-display camera (UDC) ground broken by their predecessor, the 20 5G. However, as it turned out, the 30 Pro and Ultra debuted with conventional punch-holes for their 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED displays instead.
Nevertheless, the ZTE UDC hype-train is now back on the rails with rumors of a vanilla 30 that has been delayed due to the need to prepare the brand's second-gen edge-to-edge screen. It is said to integrate Visionox' new InV See Pro technology for improved biometrics and general selfie functions.
Now, a new 3C listing for a "ZTE A2322" might imply that such a device is close to launch. The tipster WHYLAB (who posted this leak on Weibo) believes it is the Axon 30, mainly due to the presence of the same up-to-11V/5A (or 55W) charging found in the 30 Pro in the new documentation. Therefore, this phone might yet emerge to rival others such as Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold3 in terms of this rare feature in 2021 after all.