ZTE Axon 30 passed the JerryRigEverything tests

Well-known tech blogger Zack Nelson, who runs a YouTube channel called JerryRigEverything, got to the ZTE Axon 30 smartphone equipped with a sub-screen camera and subjected it to traditional tests.

However, at first, the blogger allows you to evaluate the quality of video recording through the front camera of the ZTE Axon 30. The image looks clearly blurry, but Zach Nelson reminds us that the image sensor is located under the seven layers of the screen.

The front camera, which is located under the display, is almost invisible, unlike the ZTE Axon 20. The phone display, when exposed to flame for about 20 seconds, forms a white spot that does not disappear.

The protective glass can only be scratched by material with a hardness of at least 6 on the Mohs scale, while deeper grooves on the display begin to form at the seventh level. The screen area in the sub-screen camera area is also immune to minor scratches. The in-display fingerprint reader continues to function properly even after deep scratches.

The body is made of plastic, but the power button and volume rocker are metal. The camera module on the back is protected by a layer of glass, and the protruding block is made of metal.

The ZTE Axon 30 also formally passed the bending test: its screen remained in working order, but the case was deformed, and something inside was broken, judging by the sound.

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