ZTE will present the second generation UD camera at MWC Shanghai 2021

This is the successor to the company’s first UD camera technology and brings several improvements.

Today, February 23, 2021, ZTE presented its second generation of UD camera technology (under the screen) at MWC Shanghai 2021. This is the successor to the company’s first generation UD camera technology UD camera and has several improvements.

For those who don’t know, Mobile World Congress is a great event where several tech giants showcase their new and innovative technologies. Currently, several companies have announced their technological advances in areas such as 5G, Artificial Intelligence, Smart Home, Smart Travel and other innovations. ZTE also held a conference at the event showcasing its second generation of UD camera technology. The first device with this new technology was the Axon 20 5G, which was launched last year.

ZTE presented its second generation mass production under a display camera.
The pixel density of the camera area under the screen has been increased from 200 ppi to 400 ppi, and the refresh rate has been increased from 90 Hz to 120 Hz.
The ZTE Axon 30 series therefore offers a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Pic.twitter.com/1BAT5ZGQSW

– Ankit (@ TechnoAnkit1) February 23, 2021

Since then, the company has made improvements to the new screen technology. One of the most important updates is the pixel density in the camera zone. While the first iteration arrived with a pixel density of 200 ppi, the new second generation display panel has a pixel density of 400 ppi. In other words, the screen can display sharper and clearer images. In addition, the company wanted a better home screen.

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Another notable improvement is the panel’s refresh rate as the new screen has a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Much higher than the 90 Hz of ZTE’s first generation UD camera technology. During the event, the company also demonstrated the first 3D technology for structured light on the screen. This enables 3D face recognition and real-time recognition that is superior to the various currently available 2D solutions. That said, it is currently one of the strongest and most secure biometric technologies that can be used for 3D modeling, augmented reality and other applications as well.

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