Last year, ZTE launched its very first 5G enabled flagship smartphone dubbed the Axon 10 Pro 5G. Now, the company has arrived with its successor, the Axon 11 5G. However, the new launch is not utterly a flagship as its forerunner. Why? Let’s find out.
The new ZTE Axon 11 5G comes with a 6.47-inch Full HD+ OLED 60Hz (supposedly) display with a fingerprint scanner embedded underneath. It uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset for power, unlike SD865 flagship silicon, alongside 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of onboard expandable storage. Similarly, the device runs on Android 10 with MiFavor 10 UI skin on top while you will miss the 3.5mm port.
ZTE is yet to clear up if the new Axon 11 5G is backing both the mmWave and sub-6Ghz 5G networks or not with China only supporting the latter one for now. Thus, let’s infer that the device is only granting the sub-6Ghz support right now.
Moving on, the device comes with a 4,000mAh to keep its light on while also supports Quick Charge 4+.
The back of the Axon 11 5G has a rear quad-camera setup, however not as intensive as in the Axon 10 Pro. You find a 64MP primary shooter, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro sensor, while the mishap is clearly due to the lack of a telephoto sensor and the ultrawide shooter with plenty less resolution in contrast to the predecessor. At the front lies a 20MP selfie snapper houses in a waterdrop notch.
The phone’s camera is also advertised for its video capabilities — 4K/60fps recording, real-time HDR, as well as video beauty alternatives. These look great on paper, at least for the device put in the mid-range price segment.
As of the availability, the new ZTE Axon 11 5G is already up for pre-order for a price starting at 2,698 yuan (~$379). Similarly, there are no words regarding the phone coming to the Nepalese market. Stay with us for further updates.