ZTE has been teasing the arrival of the Axon 30 series for a couple of weeks. Recent reports suggested that the lineup may go official by the end of this month. However, the Chinese manufactured surprised its fans today by confirming that the Axon 30 series will be made official on April 15 in China.
The poster released by the brand today gives a look at the back panel of the Axon 30 series smartphone. It features a rectangle-shaped camera island with four cameras and an LED flash. A closer look at the camera housing reveals that it has a periscope zoom lens.
Past reports have claimed that the Axon 30 family includes three models as Axon 30, Axon 30 Pro, and Axon 30 Pro+. However, it is unclear which of these handsets is shown in the image.
Through recent teasers, the company has confirmed that the Axon 30 series has a powerful 64-megapixel triple camera system along with an auxiliary lens. One of the major attractions of the Axon 30 Pro could be its front-facing camera as it is expected to arrive with a 44-megapixel second-generation under-display camera.
Rumors have it that the Axon 30 Pro will be equipped with Snapdragon 888 mobile platform. The handset may house a 6.92-inch OLED screen that may support a 120Hz refresh rate and a 360Hz touch sampling rate.
The Axon 30 Pro may house a 4,500mAh battery, which may carry support for 55W or 65W fast charging. Hopefully, newer reports will reveal more information about the Axon 30 models.