ZTE Axon Pro Review: Great Look, Great Specs, But Storage Can Be A Drawback

ZTE Axon Pro Review: Great Look, Great Specs, But Storage Can Be A Drawback
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The industry has outgrown smartphones with a fixed carrier. The new-era smartphones like ZTE Axon Pro are available without a carrier.


As far as the ZTE Axon Pro review is concerned, the first positive aspect is its look. It looks really attractive and can compete with major smartphones available in the market.

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ZTE Axon Pro Grabs Eyeballs With The Price Tag

It is priced at least $150 lower than the other high-profile smartphones with the same features. While OnePlus, Acer, and other such companies trying to offer the best features, ZTE could not stand behind. However, the price is a bit higher when compared to the real competitors.

The Tech-Specs Are Not Far Behind

Fitted with 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset and a 2GHz octa-core CPU, performance is guaranteed. The phone comes with Adreno 430 GPU coupled with 4GB RAM for better performance.

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The superiority lies in the camera as well. The feature phone has 13-megapixel rear and 4-megapixel front cameras. The camera comes with 4K video capture at 30fps, 1080p video capture at 30fps, and 720p video capture at 120fps. The cameras are quite good with the dedicated camera button.

The 5.1.1 Android Lollipop and 4G connectivity makes it a modern phone with modern features. The phone comes with a dual microphone and a noise-cancelling feature. The battery life is not going to be a concern though the fact that the battery is not user removable.

The phone is available with a 32GB built-in memory, but the fact that it does not support microSD card can disappoint a lot of users. Having no stereo speaker can also be a turn-off.

The new ZTE Axon Pro smartphone has received a 7.4 rating from The Verge.

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