A month ago, ZTE introduced the flagship smartphone Axon 10s Pro, equipped with a top-end Snapdragon 865 processor, the latest LPDDR5 memory and support for fifth-generation networks. Despite this, the Chinese manufacturer suddenly announced its intention to soon release a full-fledged successor to the Axon 10 Pro, which debuted a year ago.
As announced by Dr. Lu Qianhao of ZTE Corporation, a week later, on March 23, the presentation of the new flagship smartphone Axon 11 5G will take place. It will receive support for fifth-generation networks in two modes (SA and NSA).
Nothing is reported about the technical characteristics of the smartphone. It may get the flagship Snapdragon 865 processor, but the possibility of using a simpler Snapdragon 765g chip is not excluded. Official teasers indicate that the manufacturer will focus on video recording functions, but there are no details yet.
Earlier, ZTE representatives said that 2020 will be the first year of full-scale deployment of 5G smartphones. It is assumed that this technology will remain relevant in the next 10 years, and the company hopes that its brand can regain its former popularity.