In order to eliminate the shortcomings of modern smartphone design, people have made some very smart innovations, the latest of which happens to be the selfie cam under the display of ZTE Axon 20 5G.
The 32-megapixel camera hidden under the screen did not impress us in the device reviews at the beginning of this month, but compared with the hole punches or pop-up selfie cameras we have seen in previous devices, this It is a step worth avoiding. Now, a new teardown video from YouTuber JerryRigEverything gives us a closer look at the working principle of the camera under the Axon 20 display.
In addition to a general in-depth analysis of the various components of modern smartphones, the Axon 20 teardown also shows us how ZTE actually uses two screens on top of each other (a small, square and low-resolution screen). The screen is stacked on another screen) the selfie cam and the OLED top panel) so that the camera on the bottom display faces the user from below the top display.