On the eve of the launch of the first smartphone with a hidden camera under the screen, ZTE launched an advertisement that criticized “mole”, “pop-up”

Tram Ho

ZTE recently confirmed that it will launch the “Axon 20 5G”, the first smartphone with a camera hidden under the screen on September 1. After the camera design “rabbit ears”, “water drops”, “pops” or “moles”, the camera hidden under the screen is considered the final destination in smartphone design, and the technology is being a lot. manufacturer towards.

It seems that ZTE is the winner in this race, and in its position, it is not surprising that this Chinese company will take measures to promote new technology, and “dampen” the technology. old.

Recently, on the eve of its launch, ZTE has released a relatively funny advertisement to promote the camera hidden under the screen of the Axon 20 5G.

Advertisement criticized “mole”, “indented” of ZTE

The trailer shows a picture of a gecko on the screen of a phone. On the phone then appeared flies, bugs and worms, symbolizing the camera design with holes and indentation. These serpents were immediately “eaten” by the gecko.

Trước thềm ra mắt smartphone đầu tiên với camera ẩn dưới màn hình, ZTE tung quảng cáo chê nốt ruồi, thò thụt - Ảnh 2.
Trước thềm ra mắt smartphone đầu tiên với camera ẩn dưới màn hình, ZTE tung quảng cáo chê nốt ruồi, thò thụt - Ảnh 3.

The trailer ends with the words “Perfect Removal”, implying that the Axon 20 5G’s under-screen camera is the perfect way to remove the selfie camera from the front of a smartphone.

Trước thềm ra mắt smartphone đầu tiên với camera ẩn dưới màn hình, ZTE tung quảng cáo chê nốt ruồi, thò thụt - Ảnh 4.

Rendered images of Axon 20 5G have also recently been posted. True to ZTE’s promises, we can not see the appearance of the selfie camera on the front of the machine. However, perhaps users need to wait until September 1 – the official launch time of the machine, to get a closer look.

Trước thềm ra mắt smartphone đầu tiên với camera ẩn dưới màn hình, ZTE tung quảng cáo chê nốt ruồi, thò thụt - Ảnh 5.
Share the news now

Source : Genk