ZTE Axon Pro currently going for $180 in US

ZTE Axon Pro currently going for $180 in US

  ZTEAndroidDeals The ZTE Axon Pro is currently available at discounted rates in the US. Retailer Newegg is offering the device for nearly $180, which if you compare, is down nearly $220 from what the Chinese company is officially asking for the phone.   It’s worth mentioning that the handset is listed for $199.99 on Newegg’s website, but you can bring that price down to $179.99 by entering the promo code EMCSRGRC3 during check out. The deal is limited to the blue color variant only, and doesn’t include shipping and taxes. For more information, head to the Source link below. Source: gsmarena.com

ZTE Axon 7 starts getting Android 7.1 update

ZTE Axon 7 starts getting Android 7.1 update

Less than a month after ZTE pushed out the Android 7.0 Nougat update to its Axon 7 smartphone, the device has started getting the Android 7.1 update. Rolling out over the air, and arriving as software version ZTE_A2017V1.1.0B09, the update is currently hitting units in China. The update also bumps the MiFavor UI version to 4.2. Given that the roll out has started in the company’s home country,

ZTE AXON 7 mini

ZTE AXON 7 mini

Pretty soon, IFA feels like it is going to overtake Mobile World Congress for smartphone and mobile type launches. With all the announcements already out, ZTE has one as well – a companion device to their recently launched flagship. The AXON 7 gets the AXON 7 mini as a smaller sibling, with the idea being that a number of the features of the AXON 7 are migrated down into a 5.2-inch

ZTE Axon: Review Updated

ZTE Axon: Review Updated

Introduction, design and display Update: Make way for the ZTE Axon 7, the 2016 successor to the original ZTE Axon (technically named Axon Pro in the US and Axon Elite in the UK). Here’s a look back at what the now cheaper ZTE phone did. The ZTE Axon is the best sign yet of Chinese phone manufacturers finally starting to build flagship-level US smartphones at a fraction of the price of the iPhone and Androids.

ZTE Axon 2 spotted listed on online retailer’s website with $599 price tag

ZTE Axon 2 spotted listed on online retailer’s website with $599 price tag

After receiving approval from Chinese telecommunication authority TENAA, ZTE’s upcoming Axon 2 smartphone has now been spotted listed on online retailer OppoMart’s website, revealing almost all of its key specs, and more importantly, an expected price tag. This isn’t the first time Axon 2’s specs have been revealed – the device’s TENAA listing already gave us a good idea about what

ZTE Unveils AXON Pro Premium Smartphone

ZTE Unveils AXON Pro Premium Smartphone

ZTE has unveiled their flagship Android smartphone, the AXON Pro. The phone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 CPU and it’s running Android 5.1 Lollipop. Other features include dual rear cameras (13MP and 2MP) with 4K recording, a 5.5″ 2560 x 1440 display and a 3000Ah battery. The ZTE AXON Pro comes in three colors, Phthalo Blue, Ion Gold and Chromium and it’ll retail $449.98. Here’s more info on the

ZTE Axon

ZTE Axon

ZTE isn’t just backing championship NBA teams in the US, it’s also backing a high-end phone dubbed the Axon. This Android 5.0 Lollipop handset, teased for a month with mysterious marketing campaign, is part of the Chinese manufacturer’s “plan to define an affordable premium handset.” “Affordable” and “premium” are typically polar opposites in the world of smartphones, but ZTE is striving to make an inexpensive

ZTE Axon with 5.5-inch display and 13 megapixel camera announced

ZTE Axon with 5.5-inch display and 13 megapixel camera announced

Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE has unveiled its latest offering “Axon” in New York, a hi-fi audio phone the company calls its “first phone made in the US, for the US”. The device, a 5.5 inch unlocked phablet, boasts of “dual lens” — a 13 megapixel and two megapixel camera on the rear, that would lead to sharper video capture, Xinhua reported on Tuesday. The dual-lens system will allow users

ZTE Axon

ZTE Axon

ZTE isn’t just backing championship NBA teams in the US, it’s also backing a high-end phone dubbed the Axon. This Android 5.0 Lollipop handset, teased for a month with mysterious marketing campaign, is part of the Chinese manufacturer’s “plan to define an affordable premium handset.” “Affordable” and “premium” are typically polar opposites in the world of smartphones, but ZTE is striving to make an inexpensive