ZTE perfected the camera hidden in the display up until the Axon 40 series, where they even dared to use it in the top model, but this year’s Ultra has a traditional camera hole on the 6.67-inch, 144 Hz refresh rate FHD+ AMOLED panel. In return, there is fast charging with a power increased to 80 watts, WiFi 7, two-way satellite communication through BeiDou’s system and infrared control, which has been appearing on more and more devices lately.
The Axon 50 Ultra opted for the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 set with LPDDR5X system memory, UFS 3.1 internal storage and a self-developed dedicated chip providing hardware-level encryption. Memory options start at 8/256GB and max out at 16GB of RAM and 1TB of non-expandable internal storage. The stereo speakers still have DTS:X Ultra certification, there is NFC, but Bluetooth is now version 5.3.
There have also been changes in the field of cameras, the main sensor from the IMX787 series is still supplied by Sony with optical image stabilization, the 3x optical zoom sensor, also equipped with OIS, and the ultra-wide-angle one with autofocus record uniformly at 50 megapixels, the latter up to It can also be used from 2 centimeters to make macros.
The 5G ZTE Axon Pad it is also based on a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 set and also received the add-on responsible for hardware-level encryption. The 12.1-inch tablet equipped with a 120 Hz IPS panel is only 6.5 millimeters thick, but it has a 10,000 mAh battery, which comes with 80-watt fast charging. The tablet supports input with a stylus and you can also buy a keyboard case for it, but the price of the accessories is not yet known, as is the price of the tablet running Android 13 and the Axon 50 Ultra.