ZTE confirms Axon 7 will have a successor

Himanshu, 04 November 2017

ZTE has confirmed that there will be a successor to the Axon 7 smartphone. The confirmation came from the Chinese company's US subsidiary in response to a user query on Twitter. In the tweet, the company also termed the Axon 7 as "incredibly successful."

Sadly, there is currently no information on exactly when the handset will arrive. The Axon 7 was made official by the Chinese company back in May 2016, and went on sale the following month. It arrived in the US in July 2016, carrying a $400 price tag.

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They have to do something about that ugly buttons from the Axon 7

  • Anonymous

Now this is the better gaming phone than the ginmicky razer. look at the price difference of $300bucks considering both have no ip68 waterproofing but the ZTE will retain 3.5mm jack, also they may release a 6GB/8GB(RAM)128GB\256GB(Storage), good Ster...

  • Anonymous

I'm INCREDIBLY stoked for this but as a Sprint user, I'm scared Sprint is going to screw this company again. Just in case, this is what they need to get done to make this thing successful: 1. Copy all of the LTE bands/CDMA/GSM bands that the Pix...