ZTE Axon 7 Launched Officially, Price Revealed for US and Europe
Zte’s latest flagship Â was unveiled yesterday, theÂ ZTE Axon 7 respectively, but the price remained somewhat of a mystery. Well, until now, when the launch details were fully disclosed, including the retail prices for US and Europe markets respectively. So, let’s fill in the blanksÂ because theÂ ZTE Axon 7 is nothing short of impressive: if you’re residing in the United States, you’ll have to cough up $449 if you want to put your hands on a brand-new/unlocked ZTE Axon 7.
In Europe, the same device will put a â‚¬409 dent into your bank account, and if you think that’s too much, well, think again. What we’re dealing with here is the cheapest flagship in the company’s portfolio, which means that premium versions could easily push the price tag over Â $500. However, even the “regular”Â ZTE Axon 7 will give you a run for your money, being a true beast of a smartphone, packing powerful hardware and specs, together with a sleek and elegant design.
The cheapest ZTE Axon 7 boasts 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of internal storage capacity, together with a 5.5 inches wide Quad-HD AMOLED display and a solid 3140 mAh power plant. The real engine behind this beast of a smartphone is obviously the Snapdragon 820 system on chip, which makes everything, ranging from demanding Android apps to the latest games to run smoothly and without hick-ups. Last but not least, let me mention the powerful 20 megapixels snapper, featuring Phase Detection Auto Focus, Optical Image Stabilization and a respectable aperture sizeÂ of F1.8.
Even music aficionados will be pleased withÂ ZTE Axon 7’s Hi-Fi sound system,with the hardware for audio playback/recording beingÂ provided by Sony (AK4490,AK4961) and Dolby Atmos. It’s also worth mentioning the fact that theÂ ZTE Axon 7 features an all-metal built, a fingerprint scanner on the back panel and a secondary 8 megapixels selfie snapper on the front. The “premium” (as in higher priced) versions of theÂ ZTE Axon 7 will offer a 3D touch display and more internal memory (128 GB vs the standard 64), also an optional micro SD card slot.