Two new 5G-enabled ZTE phones with model numbers ZTE 9030N and ZTE 8030N have received approval from the TENAA and 3C authorities of China. The images of the two phones that have appeared at TENAA suggest that these might be the forthcoming S-series handsets.
The TENAA images of the ZTE 9030N and 8030N phones suggest that their selfie cameras are placed at the top-centered position. However, it is unclear whether the displays of these smartphones have a punch-hole or a waterdrop notch design. The right edge of both models seems to have a volume rocker and a power button integrated fingerprint scanner.
The ZTE 9030N measures 164.8 x 76.4 x 7.9mm and it houses a 3,890mAh rated battery. The 3C appearance of the phone revealed that it could be shipping with a 30W fast charger. The image of the quad-camera system of the phone shows that it has a 64-megapixel main snapper. The setup also seems to feature a squarish telephoto periscope lens.
The ZTE 8030N appears to have a thicker form factor as it measures 165.8 x 77 x 9.6mm and it is backed by a massive 5,890mAh rated battery. The 3C listing of the ZTE 8030N suggests that it may come with an 18W charger.
The screen size of both smartphones is not known. It can be speculated from their dimensions that these devices could be equipped with a display of around 6.5 inches. The camera array of the ZTE 8030N seems to feature a 48-megapixel triple camera system. It also seems to feature a telephoto periscope snapper.
The final product names of the ZTE 9030N and 8030N are yet to be revealed. It remains to be seen whether these phones arrive as Axon or Blade or the upcoming S-series smartphones.