ZTE is taking another swing at the flagship market with the global launch of the Axon 40 Ultra. It’s one of their most striking designs yet with one of the best in-display cameras we’ve seen, with some new AI and software tweaks to round out the edges of the Axon line. Is this the year […]
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You don’t need to be much of a fortune teller to know that cheaper 5G phones are going to be a huge focus for phone makers in the next few years. While the faster 5G hardware was initially reserved for higher end hardware at first, we’re starting to see it trickle into tons of other […]
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In-display fingerprint sensors are so yesterday’s news, am I right? Everyone that is tired of pop-up cameras, notches, and punch-holes just want to know one thing – when will we see the first under-display selfie camera? The answer to that is possibly sooner-than-we-thought because ZTE has announced that it will launch the Axon 20 5G […]
Come comment on this article: [Updated with images] ZTE’s Axon 20 5G set to launch on September 1st with the world’s first under-display selfie camera
ZTE’s new Axon M isn’t the first attempt at a dual-screen folding smartphone. That honor goes to the Kyocera Echo from 2011, a doomed Sprint exclusive. Back then, the required tech to pull off such a unique form factor didn’t quite exist and being chained to Sprint was a fatal mistake. The phone was a […]
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ZTE is next up to bat to bring Nougat to some of its devices, and first on the list is the Axon 7. ZTE is touting this as the most affordable Daydream compatible phone in the US right now, which is a selling point all on its own, but there’s plenty of other stuff to look […]
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The ZTE Axon 7 is a great device, but it’s not without its problems. Kuckily, we’ve compiled a list of some of the more common problems that can occur, as well as a few solutions for dealing with them.
The ZTE Axon 7 is the best ‘flagship killers’ on the market. We review the $ 400 phone to see how powerful it is in comparison with the competition.
On Wednesday, ZTE started rolling out a software update to two flagship devices sold in the United States. The Axon and Axon Pro (reviewed here) are getting improvements to their cameras, security patches from Google, and better wireless signals.
Included in the software update is T-Mobile’s WiFi calling, a quick launch button for the camera, faster focus and improved white balance, improved camera zooming, Google-issued security patches, Qualcomm-issued modem patches, and the ability to use MetroPCS as an APN. Not every item, though, is eligible for both the Axon and Axon Pro. The WiFi calling and camera quality updates are only for the Axon Pro while the Axon’s camera gets better zooming. The remaining updates are for both phones.
ZTE has not specified the size of either phone’s update, but both come with at least 32GB of internal storage. And nothing here is particularly substantial. The same probably won’t be said when ZTE rolls out Marshmallow for its Axon devices.
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ZTE has big plans for its flagship Axon range, and a smartwatch may be part of it. We got some hands-on time with a working prototype of the Axon Watch, a wearable destined for China in the near future, that could give us a hint of what’s to come.
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ZTE has announced the Axon smartphone will be sold internationally at the end of September. The The Axon Elite comes with a low price and a high spec, including a combination of voice, fingerprint, and eye scanning security technology.
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