Shezen-based telecommunications and equipment and systems company ZTE has made public its latest device, which is supposed to be an improved version of its Axon 7 smartphone that it first brought out last year.

The phone is a part of the company’s expansion of the Axom series of smartphones and is being said to closely stick to the specifications and features of its older counterpart, barring a few tweaks here and there.

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ZTE preferred not to go too much into the specification genre and let out only the processor to be used in the so-called improved version. The Axon 7s will be coming out with a Snapdragon 821 SoC (with an Adreno 530 GPU for support), a bit better than the original Axon 7, which had Snapdragon 820.


As for the rest of the specifications, the company has left a little too much for imagination and has instigated quite a few rumors and possibilities. Primary amongst them is the RAM to be used to support the processor (the previous one had 6GB, making gossip-mongers stick to that only).

Looking at the exterior, one would find it hard to differentiate between the two as the 7s retains the 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display that the older one came with.

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The company also let known it has already unveiled the third smartphone in the Axon series, which it is calling the Axon Max. It has a Snapdragon 821 processor and a 4100mAh battery.


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