ZTE is a name that has always been associated with testing when it comes to phones.
The Chinese company often brings something new and interesting to the table, even if its devices are not particularly high-designed. The ZTE Axon 20, for example, first identified the phone as an under-display selfie camera feature, while the Nubia Z20 device has a fancy screen on the back as well as the front.
Now, it looks like ZTE is teasing an upcoming Android phone set to hold three MP4MP cameras, taking its toll on innovation in the world of mobile photography.
The news came after ZTE’s mobile president Ni Fei posted on Weibo on a Chinese social media site that the future Exxon flagship device would deliver a “3×64 million, high-powered full-length” lens, a combination of a flagship, ultra-wide and proposed telephoto camera with each lens is set to boast of 64 MP resolution.