ZTE Axon 30 Software

ZTE Axon 30 Software

It has much more stable ZTE Axon 30 software than the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra 5G. Time lag problems don’t happen often, performance feels faster and more interesting to use. The software on these devices seems to be given more attention than their more expensive devices. The Snapdragon 870 is also fast enough to play first and there are no serious issues. The AnTuTu score of this device is 705347, while on Geekbench 5 it is 982/3127 for single-core and multi-core.

Throughout using the device, the time delay occurs only when the 120Hz screen setting is used on web browsers and Twitter in the long run. That was only for a moment and was forgivable. Plus on the screen of the device is this spacious and comprehensive design provides an excellent video viewing experience. No notches, no holes and no thick top bezel. What bothers me is that only the chin is a little thick.

What’s Interesting

The device is also comfortable in the hand, making long-term use for a device with a size approaching 7-inches this is good. Network usage is also not a problem. Quality phone calls, support VoLTE without any problems, stable 4G as well as the use of GPS is quite fast and accurate.

The device also supports 65W charging which can charge the device in a pretty fast time. ZTE did not specify a full chargeable period, but in our tests it was around 45 minutes only. For audio, this device has HiFi and DTS: X Ultra audio support which allows us to connect portable IEM and DAC/AMP accessories without any problems.

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What’s Not Interesting

Even so, the software of this ZTE gadget is a bit behind in terms of interface design which is not very modern and up -to -date. Then the security patch has also warned to update to the latest version; and this device cannot be updated even though we have checked and tried to download OTA. Others in our opinion it is more of a basic operating system; that simply works and can do what it is supposed to do.

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ZTE Axon 30 Telephones

ZTE Axon 30 Telephones

ZTE Axon 30 telephones and GPS is okay. The device also has a fairly stable and fast mobile data network connection. Throughout our use there were no problems for 4G as well as VoLTE connections all the time. WiFi usage is also quite good. Phone calls with this device are also quite bright and clear, although the device is a bit large in size it is not heavy and comfortable only.

The use of GPS is also not a problem on this device. It locks in locations quickly and is able to give intricacies well. Even when sharing a location on WhatsApp or using the Check In function on any social media app is also quite accurate.
Battery

The other big problem on this device other than the unstable MyOS 11 is, the battery isn’t very site resistant. The 144Hz or 120Hz setting seems to make no difference in terms of battery usage. Even the 90Hz setting has very little difference.

Throughout the use of this device no matter extreme or normal use, SOT is only around 4 hours to 5 hours only. Never did we receive up to over 5 hours. The 65W fast charging does help, but for a battery capacity approaching 5000mAh and a flagship gadget having a battery like this is unsatisfactory.

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Conclusion

There is no doubt that this ZTE Axon 30 Ultra 5G device attracts attention. It has a sexy design, solid specs, great camera and is a premium device. It’s a pity that the display is not very satisfactory for viewing content, the usual selfie camera, and the software that is very straightforward is a very frustrating thing for a device priced at RM3,299.

The advantages of this device on auto photography and videography mode, night mode, first play and audio only. Other of these devices have many shortcomings. The selling price like this is unforgivable, Xiaomi which has MIUI problems is not as bad as this device and they are forgivable because the selling price of the device is affordable.

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ZTE Axon 30 Camera

ZTE Axon 30 Camera

The ZTE Axon 30 camera is from Sony IMX686 64MP ultra wide angle sensor with OIS as well as f/1.6 lens aperture. Then accompanied by two more 64MP sensors from the Samsung GW3 sensor with a 120 -degree viewing angle and an aperture of f/2.2 as well as for portraits with an aperture of f/1.9. The last sensor is from an unknown supplier that offers an 8MP size telephoto periscope that has OIS, 5x optical zoom and 60x digital zoom.

The selfie results from this device are not the best. This 16MP sensor has mediocre results. If portrait mode it is a bit of a problem when the subject is wearing a hat. Even the portrait mode of this device is also not very neat compared to most other devices. If you take the normal mode, which is automatic and at night – it has a possible result.

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Mode

Auto mode and short range (non -macro) mode are seen among the best. Obviously here ZTE is giving full focus to their 64MP sensor. In terms of color and focus everything is excellent. Exposure to light, white color balance, details etc. are very well preserved. Focus is also fast.

Pretty vivid color results give each picture a realistic look. ZTE also offers a color mode to play with filters such as focusing on the subject there is color and the background becomes monochrome. This filter mode looks not very attractive to our eyes. But we are sure that some readers like the color profile like the picture below.

We start with the good ones first. MyOS 11 is the Android 11 -based operating system from the holiest Chinese gadget manufacturer we’ve ever come across. There are no fat apps already installed, so the gallery is Google Photos, the calculator is from Google, and the MyOS app itself is just a voice recorder, personal file manager, app for data transfer from one device to another, file manager and camera only.

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