ZTE returned to the case after last year's death experience, which is still haunted by the company, threatening to re-escalate if the strict terms of the test agreement with the US Department of Commerce will be violated again. While the Chinese OEM already sells several new phones in the country, its focus for the near future is likely to be on the European and Asian markets where MWC 2019-unveiled Axon 10 Pro 5G and Blade V10 will be headed over the next few months.
ZTE Axon 1
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The predecessor of this bad guy seemed decent high-ender, which fitted well into all the necessary boxes with a very aggressive price point, but has now been updated and refined to keep up with the rapid change in the industry.
A 5G connection may turn out to be a real game changer, even if the deployment of the global network is still slow and uneven. ZTE promotes a number of 5G partnerships with carriers such as China Telecom, Finland Elisa, and the Austrian Hutchison Drei, but unfortunately, the release schedule is a vague "first half" of the year, with pricing completely contained in wrappers.
Obviously, we're not dealing with a cheap flagship this time, though not only because Axon 10 Pro with 5G support has an essential modern Snapdragon 855 processor and a Snapdragon X50 modem. You also get a faster and more "concise" fingerprint recognition method, rather than a regular biometric sensor that is reflected on the back of the phone.
Speaking of a display whose size and resolution are not defined, then, of course, it's nice to see water drops Cut the style on the top instead of the over-wide screen Axon 9 Pro. The "Chin" is also quite thin, while ZTE advertises "significant achievements in size and thickness" compared to the "4G smartphone." This sounds interesting, considering that the Axon 9 Pro is not very bulky, but again, the specifics are not strange.
The same applies to the megapixel number, purpose and capabilities of the three rear cameras with improved AI. here, not to mention things like memory, storage, or battery capacity. It sounds like this device is not finished yet, so let's move on …
ZTE Blade V10
The large display is surrounded by noticeably thicker panels than the Axon 10 Pro 5G, but it also comes with a small lid that can produce crystalline clean selfies in low light conditions. environment.
Two 16 + 5MP cameras on the back of the Blade V10 are presented as outstanding low-power performers, while Android 9.0 Pie performs software, and the battery with a size of 3100 mAh is responsible for turning on the light
The 4G LTE device has a thickness of 7 , 8 mm, deprives the reader of fingerprints on the display in favor of a more traditional (and cheap) sensor installed from behind, as well as packages up to 4 GB of RAM and 64 gigabytes. internal storage space. There is no word about pricing, as far as the average ranger is concerned, too, but people in China, Europe and Latin America only have to wait until March to get their hands on that 32MP selfie beast.