ZTE Axon 20 5G Selfie Camera Comes to DxOMark, See How It Works

Camera for selfies ZTE Axon 20 5G DxOMark

The ZTE Axon 20 5G was teased and later anticipated because it would come with an under-display selfie camera. It is the first in the world and it will definitely not be the last. The Chinese OEM was able to get it to work, but the results are not that great. In fact, we have seen how the camera works under the screen and we think it can be improved even more. After ZTE, we are looking forward to Samsung’s version once the under-panel camera is applied to the next flagship phone.

As for the ZTE Axon 20 5G, the phone has hit DxOMark recently with not so favorable results. Focusing on the selfie camera, the phone only scored 26.

ZTE Axon 20 5G Features

But let’s check the specs first: 6.9-inch OLED FHD + 90Hz display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB onboard storage, DTS: X Ultra 3D sound, and a 4220mAh battery that supports 30W fast charging. When it comes to imaging, the device comes with a quad rear camera setup comprised of a 64MP main rear shooter + 8MP ultra-wide + 2MP macro + 2MP depth sensor.

The selfie camera is 32 megapixels. It comes with an F / 2.0 aperture lens with a 24mm equivalent focal length and an LED flash below the screen. The front camera can record 1080p and 720p videos at 30fps.

26 is very low. The top-ranked phone in the selfie category is the Huawei Mate 40 Pro with 104. The ZTE Axon 20 5G it’s at the bottom. DxOMark only mentioned two positive things about the phone’s selfie camera. Exposure to still images is generally stable. The focus is also stable.

The list of disadvantages is long. Provides visible color tints and tints, unnatural skin tones, and lots of noise in still images and videos. Still images may show some artifacts of color fringing, flare, and tonal shifting. You may also notice poor detail in portrait mode and frequent portrait depth estimation errors. Videos can feature shading and color quantization, strong optical ghosting, ineffective stabilization, and residual shake when stationary, as well as low-light video coding artifacts.

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