ZTE held a new product launch conference today. At the event, it released three new products – ZTE S30 / S30 Pro / S30 SE.

ZTE S30 Pro

The ZTE S30 Pro comes with a Snapdragon 768G processor and a battery capacity of 4200mAh, which supports 55W fast charging. The measurements are 163x 75 x7.8mm and the weight is 178g.

In terms of screen, the ZTE S30 Pro sports a 6.67-inch AMOLED ultra-high- definition large screen that supports an ultra-high refresh rate of 144Hz, a touch sampling rate of 360Hz, 1.07 billion colors, 800 nits of peak brightness, and triple eye protection.

Our protagonist has a 44-megapixel ultra-clear beauty front camera, which supports real-time video filters, AI portrait photographer, etc. On the back, it carries a 64-megapixel full-scene quad-camera, which supports video dual-channel image stabilization, smart Vlog short video mode, etc.


The ZTE S30 features a Dimensity 720 processor, 4000mAh battery, which supports 30W charging, and also, it has the strong signal of 5G Super Antenna 3.0. The latter brings fast download capability, supports fast red envelope grab and high-speed rail mode.

The rest is identical with the ZTE S30 Pro.


It features a Dimensity 700 processor and a large 6000mAh battery. The screen is the same as S30 and S30 Pro. It also has the strong signal and fast download capability of 5G Super Antenna 3.0.

There is a 48-megapixel AI three-camera module, which supports multi-person real-time video beautification, smart Vlog, and super night view.

Price Tags

The ZTE S30 series will go on sale in all channels on April 3. The S30 Pro is priced at 2,998 yuan ($456), the S30 starts at 2,198 yuan ($334), and the S30 SE is priced at 1,698 yuan ($258).


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