ZTE launches toned down ZTE Axon to meet your pocket strength
ZTE is most popular for the quality it tries to infuse into its smartphones year after year and last July, the giant smartphone manufacturer released one of its devices, unlocked and in premium, into the US market. This device is the ZTE Axon Pro. The Axon device is an high end smartphone that brought nearly all the cool features of a 2015 Android smartphone on board, but then, people had one general complaint: The price of the ZTE Axon Pro was set a little way beyond reach for many.
However, according to ZTE itself, it has now released another version of the ZTE Axon although with lesser density of specifications that was on the original ZTE Axon, calling it the Axon. Coming pout as a toned version didn’t stop ZTE from making additions to the Axon Pro though as there was an internal memory upgrade to 64GB which has seen the price climb considerably to $50 more than the original Axon Pro costs.
These devices have a lot of similarities, with their differences being in the RAM halved for the Axon Pro (2GB compared to 4GB) and a processor cut-down from Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 to 801.
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