The ZTE Axon 40 series has an Infrared Sensor along with its Underscreen Camera

As ZTE prepares the launch for its flagship ZTE Axon 40 series in May, the company is not shy in teasing the highlighting features of the flagship Axon 40 lineup before the official launch next Monday.

The 2 latest teasers ZTE has revealed today highlight what the Axon 40 offers for the avid mobile gamer out there.

Teaser 1. Source: ZTE

The first teaser confirms the ZTE Axon 40 series will be equipped with an infrared sensor. The reason for this feature is that gamers can screen share their smartphone content easily on the big screen like monitors or smart TVs without worrying about controls being affected. 

To illustrate, to reduce the latency of the game controls, instead of the higher latency Bluetooth and WiFi connections, ZTE makes use of the infra-red spectrum to give you a console-like experience like the Nintendo Switch and PS5 Controller which both utilise infrared sensors on their remote controllers as well. The content on the other hand is screen shared via Bluetooth or WiFi technology to reduce signal interference.

ZTE Axon 40 refresh rate
Teaser 2. Source: ZTE

The 2nd teaser is regarding the screen of the ZTE Axon 40 series. As announced earlier by ZTE, the Axon 40 series will be featuring ZTE’s next-gen under-screen camera, which pushes the screen-to-body ratio of the device to near 100%. The latest teaser shows that the Axon 40 series will also be featuring 120Hz flat AMOLED displays with a 360Hz touch sampling rate. The ZTE Axon 40 series will not only provide an uninterrupted experience on your smartphone with no notches or punch holes, but also a smooth gaming experience with its high refresh rate display.

The ZTE Axon 40 launch event will be held online on May 9th Monday at 2 PM Beijing Time (UTC +8) / 11:30 AM IST (UTC +5:30). For more news coverage on the ZTE Axon 40 series, stay tuned to Gizmochina for the latest updates on the revolutionary technology within China.




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