ZTE Axon 9 Pro’s Official Photo Samples Released

ZTE Axon 9 Pro’s Official Photo Samples Released

ZTE Axon 9 Pro

 A month ago, the ZTE Axon 9 Pro was officially announced at IFA 2018. From the specs list, we can learn it is a top-end model with many impressive features. Honestly, we knew this even way earlier when the phone had leaked in the GeekBench database. As for now, this amazing device has appeared on the official website, but there is no information concerning its launch date and pricing. This doesn’t mean we should sit still and forget it for a while. Today, the first official photo samples captured by the Axon 9 Pro were released. And we have to take it is going to compete with other smartphones packed with a powerful camera.

As you remember, the ZTE Axon 9 Pro is packed with a Snapdragon 845, which is coupled with 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal storage. Apart from this, there is a 6.21-inch AMOLED FHD+ (2248×1080) display with an aspect ratio of 18.7:9. The phone comes with Android 8.1 Oreo. Its lights are kept on by a decent 4,000mAh battery with wireless charging support as well as QC4.0 charging support. Of course, it has an IP68 waterproof rating.

In the camera department, the ZTE Axon 9 Pro sports a 12MP+20MP dual-camera on the back and a 20MP shooter for selfies. The main 12MP camera uses a Sony IMX363 sensor with an aperture of f/1.75 and OIS support. Moreover, the ZTE AXON 9 Pro is equipped with AI snapshot technology, which supports intelligent motion detection, face recognition, fast automatic capture of exciting moments, support for smart portrait composition, studio-level portrait light effects, intelligent beauty, and so on.

It is worth mentioning that the ZTE AXON 9 Pro performs a system-level AI performance optimization, smart allocation of resources, deep learning, faster application startup, smoother control, and smoother running.

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