ZTE Axon 7s with Snapdragon 821 is now official

ZTE Axon 7s with Snapdragon 821 is now official


ZTE’s Axon series has been rather promising so far, and there’s now a fresh new addition to the young but strong family.

The line has now been extended by the Axon 7s smartphone that ZTE announced earlier today. The Axon 7s is a Snapdragon 821 powered device that should serve as a nice and powerful phone to buyers.

The design of the phone is identical to the predecessor — the Axon 7. The minor (or major, depending on how you look at it) update mostly just includes the Snapdragon 821 SoC that replaces the 820.

The China-based brand has also announced the ZTE Axon 7 Max which is a phone again powered by the Snapdragon 821 but one which features a 4100mAh battery.

There’s no word on an international launch for the phone. Considering that the Axon line was set up mostly to combat budget flagships in the international market, you should technically be hoping to see this out soon.

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  • A bigger battery!! Thank goodness, last one was mediocre at best.

  • bigdawgx

    Hopefully they also have a great price and keep it the same or less, not increase it like the 3T when they did their mid cycle upgrade.

  • john

    Waiting for axon 8. Hopefully it comes with SD 835, 4000+mAh battery, and 6 ram with better camera and two front facing speakers. I will throw my money at ZTE for it.