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ZTE Axon Mini Review: Can yesterday’s device fulfill today’s customers’ need?

Should only the latest devices get all the limelight or is there some room for older devices as well? Can yesterday’s device fulfill today’s customers’ need? This time around, we are going to take a quick look at the ZTE Axon Mini (Premium Edition).Starting from the design, ZTE Axon Mini hasn’t got much of a “wow” factors on its design, rather has many questionable aspects such as use of leather like texture on the top and bottom of its back, with triangular grills over ear-piece and speaker which probably looks unpleasing to the eyes of perfectionist. The full HD 5.2 inch Super AMOLED display that has the pixel density of 424 PPI, is undoubtedly the sharpest display than that of any iPhones. The phone has surprisingly thin bezels and the display itself is a pressure sensitive one, that’s identical to 3D touch of iPhone 6s and above.

Starting from the design, ZTE Axon Mini hasn’t got much of a “wow” factors on its design, rather has many questionable aspects such as use of leather like texture on the top and bottom of its back, with triangular grills over ear-piece and speaker which probably looks unpleasing to the eyes of perfectionist. The full HD 5.2 inch Super AMOLED display that has the pixel density of 424 PPI, is undoubtedly the sharpest display than that of any iPhones. The phone has surprisingly thin bezels and the display itself is a pressure sensitive one, that’s identical to 3D touch of iPhone 6s and above.The phone doesn’t have a ground breaking specs as it is powered by Qualcom Snapdragon 616 chipset coupled with 3GB of Ram which easily gets the job done for Mid range Games but feels short when tested with some high end ones. It has more than enough in its security options as it has got a fingerprint scanner that works pretty well along with other features like voice unlock, eye scanner and password set at different pressure levels. Its inbuilt storage is of 32 GB, and can be expanded upto 256 GB via SD cards in its hybrid dual sim tray. The speaker is a mono front facing one but is louder and clearer than many phones in this price range. With a 2800 mAh battery the phone will easily last for a day, if not two.

The phone doesn’t have a ground breaking specs as it is powered by Qualcom Snapdragon 616 chipset coupled with 3GB of Ram which easily gets the job done for Mid range Games but feels short when tested with some high end ones. It has more than enough in its security options as it has got a fingerprint scanner that works pretty well along with other features like voice unlock, eye scanner and password set at different pressure levels. Its inbuilt storage is of 32 GB, and can be expanded upto 256 GB via SD cards in its hybrid dual sim tray. The speaker is a mono front facing one but is louder and clearer than many phones in this price range. With a 2800 mAh battery the phone will easily last for a day, if not two.The rear shooter of 13 megapixel is found to be surprisingly good. The easy to use camera app has different useful modes including a manual mode which lets you tune exposure, ISO, white balance along with shutter speed and the focus. The front facing 8 Megapixel shooter easily satisfies your selfie and video chatting needs. The thing which many might dislike about this phone is its heavily skinned MiFavor UI based on Android 5.1 Lollipop with no app drawer.

The rear shooter of 13 megapixel is found to be surprisingly good. The easy to use camera app has different useful modes including a manual mode which lets you tune exposure, ISO, white balance along with shutter speed and the focus. The front facing 8 Megapixel shooter easily satisfies your selfie and video chatting needs. The thing which many might dislike about this phone is its heavily skinned MiFavor UI based on Android 5.1 Lollipop with no app drawer.

Do you think the smaller brother of last year’s ZTE’s flagship Axon will have a good time in Nepali Market? For a phone that is priced at Rs. 25900 which offers great one hand usability, good shooters, satisfactory battery life, decent fingerprint scanner, full HD pressure sensitive display along with other neat extra features, will you give it a green signal or red? Let us know in the comments down below.

Do you think the smaller brother of last year’s ZTE’s flagship Axon will have a good time in Nepali Market? For a phone that is priced at Rs. 25900 which offers great one hand usability, good shooters, satisfactory battery life, decent fingerprint scanner, full HD pressure sensitive display along with other neat extra features, will you give it a green signal or red? Let us know in the comments down below.

REVIEW OVERVIEW
Design
85 %
Display
90 %
Performance
75 %
Camera
79 %
Battery
81 %
Software
80 %
Fingerprint
75 %
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