The ZTE Axon 40 Ultra defies the laws of smartphone photography to reach new heights

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ZTE Axon 40 Ultra bends the rules of smartphone cameras to reach the next level. It has become the norm for top-tier smartphones to have three cameras on the back nowadays — a main wide-angle, an ultra-wide-angle, and a telephoto zoom camera. However, it has also become the norm for the main camera to be the “best”, while the others have slightly lower resolutions or lack important features like stabilization. The ZTE Axon 40 Ultra doesn’t play favorites — all of the cameras on its back have a 64 MP sensor underneath. The wide and ultra-wide cameras both sport a customized Sony IMX787 sensor, and the telephoto camera has one tuned by ZTE.

The Axon series from ZTE is recognised for providing excellent value and a variety of advancements to its users. Last year’s Axon 30 wowed us with a well-hidden under-screen selfie camera, and the Axon 30 Ultra wowed us with an elegant, slim design and excellent performance. Now, ZTE is releasing the Axon 40 Ultra, a smartphone that aims to redefine phone cameras by resolving a number of minor issues in order to provide a better overall package. Take a peek at what ZTE has prepared for us.


  • The wide-angle and the telephoto cameras are both assisted by an optical stabilization module, while the ultra-wide snapper will take smooth videos thanks to advanced electronic stabilization. The icing on the cake is that you can record 8K video with any one of the lenses — again, no “favorites” here, there’s no one “main” camera that can go super-high-res. All of them do. That’s why all of them are called a “primary camera” — essentially, you should not expect a drop in quality from any of them. ZTE Axon 40 Ultra pre-orders are live now! A new type of wide-angle lens


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