ZTE has had some rough times during the past few years. They’ve even been slammed by US sanctions. But they’re trying to shake all of that off. Roughly 3 months ago, ZTE came to stage during MWC 2019 to announce the Axon 10 Pro, their latest flagship smartphone, which hasn’t proved to be exactly a success sales-wise, but it is still the best you can get from ZTE right now, and it is still an exceptional device for most accounts. The sales bit might change soon, though. The device is currently launching internationally in several markets, one of them being the German market.
|Specifications||ZTE Axon 10 Pro|
|Dimensions and Weight||159.2 x 73.4 x 7.9 mm;
|Display||6.47″ FHD+ AMOLED display w/ waterdrop notch;
87.9% screen-to-body ratio
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, 7nm process
1 x 2.84GHz, 2 x 2.42GHz, 4 x 1.80GHz
|RAM and Storage||6GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB, 12GB + 256GB|
|MicroSD expandability||Yes, hybrid second SIM slot|
|Connectivity||GPS, WiFi 2.4G/5G 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, BT 5.0|
|Battery||4000 mAh w/ 18W fast charging|
|3.5mm headphone jack||No|
|Rear Camera||48MP, autofocus + 20MP, ultrawide + 8MP, telephoto|
|Android Version||MiFavor 9.1 UI on top of Android 9 Pie|
The ZTE Axon 10 Pro ticks several boxes for a 2019 smartphone, including a top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, as well as up to 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. The 48MP triple rear camera setup should be a pretty solid performer as well, and we also have features such as an in-display fingerprint sensor, an AMOLED display, and AI optimizations for the camera and other parts of the software. The device is running Android Pie underneath their MiFavor 9.1 customization skin.
The Axon 10 Pro is launching in the German market with a €599 starting price tag—fairly standard flagship pricing, and right in the same pricing league as devices such as the OnePlus 6T. The Axon 10 Pro 5G, the 5G-equipped version of the device, is also launching at a later date with an €899 price tag.
How do you like the Axon 10 Pro? Let us know in the comments.
Via: Android Authority
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