ZTE unveiled the Axon 7 Mini in early September, and finally, the device is up for pre-order through many online retailers. Much like the full-size Axon 7 in terms of design, ZTE is packing premium specs into a very inexpensive $300 package.
The Axon 7 Mini features a 5.2″ Full HD AMOLED display, Snapdragon 617 processor, 16-megapixel iso-cell camera, 8-megapixel front camera, 2,705 mAh non-removable battery, Quick Charge 2.0, 32GB onboard storage, USB Type-C, microSD support, fingerprint reader, unlocked GSM connectivity, and Android “Marshmallow.” (more…)
At IFA, ZTE has announced the Axon 7 Mini, essentially a smaller Axon 7 device. Incorporating many of the features and design of the Axon 7, ZTE is offering a more compact experience to those who were thinking about the Axon 7. As for what the Axon 7 Mini offers, ZTE is championing the device’s audio capabilities, stating that they worked with different audio associations to deliver the “highest quality audio experience available in smartphones today.” (more…)
Elite h4x0rs, ZTE and its new Axon 7 might just be the company and phone for you. After apparently hearing you voice deep desires for an unlockable bootloader, the company says that it will make that an available option for those “with a high level of technical expertise” and who have “had experience flashing custom ROMs.” I’m not kidding, the email they sent actually says that bit about flashing ROMs. (more…)
The ZTE Axon 7, the latest affordable flagship from the Chinese manufacturer, is now available for pre-order in the US at a variety of retailers. With a starting price of $399, you certainly get a lot of bang for your buck here.
As a recap, the Axon 7 was announced back in May with a somewhat mysterious launch time frame here in the States. It made headlines because not only did it offer a bunch of great specs at what we assumed would be an affordable price, but ZTE also made sure we knew that it was one of the first Daydream-ready phones. (more…)
ZTE took the wraps off its new flagship phone this morning, the Axon 7. The phone, like most ZTE phones, is being positioned as an unlocked phone with high-end specs and an affordable price. Unfortunately, ZTE isn’t ready to share specifics on the price, but they are revealing the specs, which are very much so in the incredibly high-end category. (more…)
According to a report out of The Information, AT&T is looking into a Cyanogen-powered phone, because it thinks that Cyanogen could make a compelling Android-alternative option to its customers. That may be better put as, AT&T thinks that by partnering with Cyanogen, it can load up even more garbage bloatware on phones to help push you into their other services, like DirecTV. (more…)
ZTE announced two additional Axon devices this morning, giving buyers even more options when looking through ZTE’s current smartphone lineup. Joining the current Axon Pro 32GB model, there is a new 64GB model of the Axon Pro, and a mid-range Axon. Each device is priced quite competitively, with the Axon Pro 64GB priced at $449.98, and the Axon going for $329.98. (more…)
ZTE, the China-based OEM who does not hold too much of a marketing presence in the American market, announced a lease-to-own program for new smart device buyers this week. This program allows buyers of a ZTE device to pay for it over time, making devices more affordable. (more…)