ZTE Axon 7 was termed as the flagship killer of last year. Price at $400, it offered a lot of great features like AMOLED display, Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM, 20MP Camera, Stereo Speakers and the list goes on and on. The phone was also pretty solid and hit all the right spots for a flagship phone. Now ZTE is taking naming convention from Apple and launching the new upgraded version of ZTE Axon 7, the Axon 7s.
Nothing much has changed in the Axon 7s apart from the upgrade to the processor. The Axon 7s is powered by the Snapdragon 821 processor which is an upgrade from the 820 in Axon 7. Apart from that, the visual change we can see is the speaker grill. The speaker grill takes up most of the upper bezel of the phone and looks really disturbing on the render. According to ZTE, most of the specs of the phone will remain the same but despite having said that, hasn’t completely revealed all the specs of the phone. So we speculate, the display is going to be the same 5.5-inch Super AMOLED with a QHD resolution. Also, the rear camera is going to be the same 20MP shooter and we might see an upgrade on the front to 16MP from 8MP. There’ll be 4GB of RAM and 64GB Internal Storage. Backing up the device will be a 3250mAh battery. Not to forget, the phone also comes with a forced touch display.
ZTE also announced the release of ZTE Axon Max which will come with the similar specs as the Axon 7s but with a larger 4,100mAh battery.