The world’s first smartphone equipped with 16 GB RAM was introduced in early 2020. Now ZTE has introduced a special aerospace edition of its current flagship phone Axon 30 Ultra, which it has called the world’s first phone equipped with 18 GB RAM.
ZTE Axon Special Edition smartphone equipped with 18 GB RAM with one TB storage and thanks to virtual RAM it offers a total of 20 GB RAM.
By the way, this is not the first such phone of ZTE, before that it has also provided the facility of 8 GB virtual RAM along with 12 GB RAM of Axon 30 Five G.
The launch of the new phone is a tribute to the various achievements of the Chinese space agency.
Apart from RAM and storage, there is no other new feature in this phone.
That is, the 6.67-inch OLED display is provided with 144 refresh rate, however, this display is also equipped with 90 and 120 Hz refresh rate mode.
The screen has HDR10 Plus support with 1080p resolution and has Gorilla Glass 5 coating to protect the display.
The highlight of the phone is its rear camera setup which consists of 4 cameras.
3 out of 4 cameras are equipped with 64 megapixel sensor, meaning the main camera is 64 megapixel with OIS and F1.6 aperture.
The second is a 64-megapixel camera with a larger lens, while the third is a 64-megapixel ultra-wide camera.
The fourth camera comes with an 8-megapixel periscope sensor. On the front, a 16-megapixel camera is provided in a punch-hole design.
This special edition phone will be available in China from November 25, the price of which has not been announced yet, but the phone with Exxon 30 Ultra 16 GB RAM and one TB storage is 6666 yuan (more than PKR 182,000). Being sold in