Earlier this year, ZTE announced Axon 30 Pro and Axon 30 Ultra, but it didn’t unveil the Axon 30. Recent reports hint that the Axon 30 will use the under-display camera technology, developed by Chinese display maker Visionnox. Now, a new ZTE smartphone with model number A2322 has received 3C certification in China. It reveals that the phone supports 55W fast charging and 5G connectivity.
As of now, the marketing name of ZTE A2322 is unknown, but it likely that this could be the un-announced Axon 30. The Axon 30 Pro also supports 55W charging, while the Ultra model supports 65W fast charging. Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station recently revealed that ZTE could launch the Axon 30 on July 22.
ZTE Axon 20 was launched last year as the world’s first phone with an under-display selfie camera. But, it was a complete failure from the company because the selfie camera was visible when the Axon 20 was tilted at some angle. As a result, it couldn’t get much attention. It is okay if a product fails after implementing new technology. But, ZTE won’t do the same mistake again and will come up with a better solution which will reflect in Axon 30.