It hurts too! The world’s first smartphone with a camera under the screen in anti-testing (video)

It hurts too!  The world's first smartphone with a camera under the screen in anti-testing (video)

Zack Nelson of the YouTube channel Jerry Rick Everding has already become accustomed to us for stress tests rather than the most popular smartphones on the market. Which is the world’s first smartphone with a camera under the screen that never fails to pass the hands of the terrifying YouTube user.

The ZTE Action 20 5G has been tested on all aspects and proves to be a well-built and robust smartphone. As you can see in the video below, go through the difference in the various tests done for your resistance.

The big reason for this test is that the ZTE Action 20 5G is not just for any smartphone. It does not have a peak, aperture or pop-up mechanism for the front camera. Instead, the camera is placed under the screen, which is the first type to hit the market.

It is located in the upper middle range, and is equipped with the Snapdragon 765G processor. It has arrived in Europe for 9,449, and you can also buy it through the official website. Unfortunately, only by call.

As is standard, scratches on the screen begin to appear at level 6 of the test. At level 7, deeper risks arise. We have a smartphone behind a mirror, but on the side we see plastic.

It was then that the suspicion arose as to how to behave in the famous bending test. The truth is, even with some strength, the smartphone does not break and passes this test without major problems.

ZTE Action 20 5G Specifications

  • 6.92 “Inch LED screen with full HD + resolution and real full view experience
  • 90Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touchscreen model
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor
  • 6GB / 8GB RAM
  • 128GB / 256GB storage
  • Four rear cameras: 64MP + 8MP (Ultravide) + 2MP (Macro) + 2MP (Depth)
  • 32 megapixel front camera (below the screen)
  • Fingerprint reader on the screen
  • 4,220mAh battery with 30W fast charging support
  • Android 10
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