Axon 40 series tipped with a designated security chip


There are at least three phones in ZTE’s Axon 40 series: the Axon 40, the Axon 40 Pro, and the Axon 40 Ultra. To give you an idea of what to expect, we’ve got a tidbit about the camera on the Pro: it’s going to be a 100 megapixel unit.

A dedicated security chip has also been verified by the manufacturer, elevating hardware security to a new level.

According to ZTE’s assertion, the Axon 40 Pro would have the Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor. The HM2 is the most recent model from the only other vendor presently able to provide mobile picture systems with this level of quality.


The sensor measures 1/1.33″ and is capable of PDAF, Laser AF, and OIS, thus we may assume that it will be included in the Axon 40 Pro when it is released. As a result of this picture, it is clear that the lens will have an f/1.8 aperture and six layers in front of the sensors.

ZTE will also be the first to use a security chip. When it comes to features, we don’t know exactly what it will look like, but we can assume that it will hold sensitive data such as fingerprint scanners and passwords in order to protect it from attackers.

We anticipate ZTE to tease further features in the days preceding up to the event, which will be held in a week.


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