ZTE on Thursday confirmed that the upcoming ZTE S30 series comprising the much-talked ZTE S30 Pro will break covers on March 30. The device will initially launch in its home market, China, and will later land in a few other markets.
Rumors are rife that the ZTE S-series will replace the popular ZTE Blade series offering completely specced out smartphones at an affordable price. While the specs of the other models in the series are under wraps, the S30 Pro has been a topic of discussion lately.
The S30 Pro is said to come with a large punch-hole display and a great set of cameras. The device is expected to have a 64-megapixel primary lens at the rear and a 44-megapixel selfie camera. The main rear lens will be accompanied by an ultra-wide lens, and two other sensors probably for depth and macro shots.
The company is also expected to bring the new 1+2+N smart ecosystem which is said to create a uniform user experience across other ZTE devices. In the past, we have seen such ecosystem features in Realme, Oppo, and Huawei devices.
Apart from this, there’s nothing else to discuss as the phone specs are still scarce. Anyways, there are still a few days for the launch and before the unveiling we expect some specs to hit the leak spree.
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