An upcoming Android-phone with three 64MP cameras

When anyone talks about ZTE, it’s always been a name linked to experimentation. Even if ZTE’s devices are not particularly high-spec, the Chinese company has brought something interesting new to the list often. The ZTE Axon 20 marked the first smartphone to feature an under-display selfie camera while on the rear of the device and the front as well, while the Nubia Z20 had a novel screen.

It’s not the first time when a smartphone comes across multiple high-resolution cameras, the Oppo Find X3 Pro, OnePlus 8 Pro, and the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra all packed stuffed two top-spec snappers close by lower resolution telephoto lenses, however an equally high resolution three cameras of Axon device would mark a first for the market.

Presently, it would appear that ZTE is taking its way of thinking for development to the mobile photography world, teasing an upcoming Android smartphone set to have three 64MP cameras.

The news comes in headlines when a Chinese social media site, Weibo, shared a post of the ZTE mobile president Ni Fei that an upcoming Axon flagship device will provide “3 x 64 million, high-energy full focal length” lenses, suggesting the main telephoto and ultra-wide camera combination, consisting boast 64MP resolutions of each lens.

A few devices have been known to convey average picture quality rather than having primary sensors in a similar resolution ballpark to those the upcoming ZTE device expectations. While ZTE’s claims are great, it stays not yet clear whether a device boasting three 64MP sensors would authoritatively beat devices with the fewer number of much higher resolution cameras.

For example, the Realme 7 displays an apparently great 48MP primary sensor that doesn’t convey similar quality as its pricier rivals. It’s designed to be a less expensive smartphone, so this is expected, however, it proves that high megapixel counts don’t generally rise to incredible camera performance. So, maybe a ZTE Axon flagship packing three identical sensors could provide energizing results.

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An upcoming Android-phone with three 64MP cameras
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