ZTE Axon 9 Spotted In the First Renderings With Snapdragon 845 and 6GB of Ram | Rumor



ZTE Axon 9 has already been confirmed by the company as the new successor of Axon 7, will arrive by 2018 and will represent in all respects the next high-end proposal of the Chinese manufacturer. During the recent interview released by CEO Cheng Lixin, the mouths have remained quite sewn about design and specifications of the terminal, however, from the social pages of Weibo leaked the first presumed images and technical characteristics.

Although the widespread material is to be considered anything but official, the renders would show a smartphone in line with the latest news also proposed by the market. The display with extremely reduced frames, invariably take up the format 18: 9, on the back, would find a double camera module placed side by side with a small LED flash, and at the bottom three grids dedicated to the audio speakers.

According to initial information, ZTE Axon 9 should adopt a 6.0-inch AMOLED display, with a resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels, inside a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor combined with 4GB of Ram, 64GB of storage and Android 8.0 Oreo. In addition, there are more variants of the same device, with a greater quantity of Ram and storage on board.

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The dual camera configuration would affect both the front and rear, with the main sensor of at least 20MP flanked by a secondary, and a front 13MP sensor also supported in this case by an auxiliary. Anticipation to be taken with due caution, waiting for the next Mobile World Congress 2018, which could provide more details on the upcoming ZTE news. How long ZTE Axon 9 will become official at the moment we do not know.

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