ZTE Axon 10 Pro
Finally, the ZTE Axon 10 Pro comes with 5G supported device which announced at MWC this February. One year earlier this time US government employees declare not to use any ZTE devices. Fortunately, ZTE is now allowing to release their smartphone on US market. To come back to the US market this company had paid a huge amount of money. Though the Axon 10 Pro has 5G connectivity they are going to rolling-out non 5G device in the US market with AT&T and T-mobile.
Now almost all flagship device price is around the four-digit figure. The Chinese manufacturer provides its at low cost, Axon 10 pro starting at $549. The ZTE Axon 10 Pro isn’t new. The phone enters in other areas of the world earlier this year, about the same time it was set to release in certain European countries. Jeff Yee, ZTE’s vice president of innovation and partnerships, told that the phone manufacturer was expecting that it could ultimately bring the Axon 10 Pro to this country. While a little time around the Axon 10 Pro, it’s a promising flagship phone which usually packs a few attractive high-end capabilities into an inexpensive handset.
Nowadays all smartphone comes with multiple cameras, and ZTE doesn’t avoid that challenge with their upcoming flagship device. On the rear panel, it has a 48-megapixel primary camera with f/1.7 aperture. Another two lenses is a 20-MP wide-angle lens and an 8-MP telephoto lens.
The telephoto lens on the device allows the phone to deliver a 3x optical zoom. While the Galaxy Note 10 price more than $400 ZTE’s phone, tops out at 2x. User can get 5x hybrid zoom by using three lenses. The software makes it possible to have 20x digital zoom, but you’ll spot several hazy in the outcome. Another interesting feature of the ZTE turns to artificial intelligence to enhance its photos, which is possible by AI technology which motion capture, portrait lighting, and scene recognizing features. We’ve to wait until we get the phone and take own shots but we can judge its camera to compare with another same price phone. ZTE’s Yee revealed a few impressive sample shots, including a wide-angle shot that failed to have the type of “fish-eye” effect.
Display and Interface
At a very little less than 6.5 inches, the AMOLED display on the Axon 10 Pro will hold your focus when you initially see the phone. Due to 92% of screen to body ratio and underneath of the display optical fingerprint. The front camera is the top of the display, yes, it is a notch display.
Especially with the large screen, it doesn’t take up significant space. This dimension is 6.3 x 2.9 x 0.31 inches and appears convenient to operate with one hand, although some people prefer much smaller phones. One thing for the Axon 10 Pro which prone to trigger some grumbling, though, like many recent phones, it’s become rid of the 3.5mm headphone port.
5G and non 5G Variant
ZTE Axon 10 Pro has both 5G and non 5G devices. The 5G variant only launched in China, beating other phone manufacturers to the impact in that country. However, you won’t find 5G connection on the U.S edition of the phone.
The non 5G version of the flagship here is a reflection of how 5G is usually launching in this country. Different service providers are choosing different connection technologies, and 5G service has only available in some cities, you wouldn’t describe the coverage as extensive. Combine the existing customer experience on 5G with the absence of penetration for the faster networking standard, ZTE identified it tough to justify the higher cost it might have required to demand a 5G variant of the Axon 10 Pro.