ZTE Axon 40 Will be Launched This Month, Ni Fei Hints

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Recently, Ni Fei, the president of ZTE shared a promotional poster on Weibo, suggesting that the Axon 40 will be announced this month in China.  According to the teaser, ZTE Axon 40 may be released after the Shenzhou 13 manned spacecraft returns to Earth, which is around mid-April. In addition, this teaser hints that the ZTE Axon 40 series is also expected to launch an aerospace version.

Regarding the specifications, the phone has already appeared on the list of the Chinese regulatory body TENAA, so we can finally find out its characteristics.

The ZTE Axon 40 will have an impressive 6.67 screen. The refresh rate will be 120 Hz. But most fans of mobile games are interested in the processor and the total amount of memory of the device. The developers have decided to complete the device with a 7-nm Snapdragon 870 chipset.

Well, in addition to all this power, the Adreno 650 graphics core is included. Thanks to it, it will be possible to run even the most resource-intensive online casino with Endorphina games on the gadget without lags. Moreover, there is plenty of RAM for it – 16GB.

ZTE Axon 40 is perfect for people who like to photograph everything around. It will have a main camera of 64MP (+8MP and 5MP), as well as a front camera of 44MP. It will take a lot of space to store photos as such. And the engineers also provided for this. Even in the basic memory model as much as 1TB. As of right now, finer details about the phone are still unknown, so stay with us for more updates.

Luckily, we won’t have to wait much longer as ZTE will announce it sometime this month for the Chinese market and will probably make its way to the global scene shortly after.

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