Today, ZTE officially announced that the upcoming AXON 10 Pro is scheduled to be released in Fuzhou, China on May 6. With this statement, the company once again claimed that ‘ZTE may be late but will never be absent’. Moreover, the phone’s AnTuTu score was leaked, showing 381,136 points.
It is reported that the ZTE Axon 10 Pro is the first Snapdragon 855 smartphone with the F2FS file system. Compared with the traditional EXT4 file format, the F2FS file system has faster file reading speed and improves random 4k reading/writing speed. As the operation speed is improved, it is more suitable for the current various software file storage requirements.
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Secondly, ZTE Axon 10 Pro is the first smartphone to use the Sandisk iNAND 8521 flash memory chip. The chip uses Sandisk iNAND 8521 and 64-layer 3D NAND stacking technology. Compared with the previous generation, the continuous write performance is doubled. Now, it is up to 10 times higher, providing 800MB/s read and 500MB/s write speed performance.
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After the actual measurement, the Axon 10 Pro has a sequential read capability of 792MB/s, sequential write capability of 486MB/s, 4K random read capability of up to 5314 IOPS (single-threaded), and 4K random write capability of up to 2527 IOPS (single thread). Thus, this handset is capable of providing way faster performance than the ordinary Snapdragon 855 flagship models.
Apart from this, we know the ZTE Axon10 Pro is packed with a 6.47-inch AMOLED screen with a Full HD+ resolution and a screen fingerprint recognition. The abovementioned Snapdragon 855 chip is coupled with a 6GB of RAM and a 128GB of internal storage. There are three camera lenses on the back, including a main 48MP sensor with f/1.8, a wide angle 20MP shooter and an 8MP telephoto camera. In the notch at the front, there is a 20MP selfie snapper. Under the hood, it hosts a 4000mAh battery, and our protagonist runs on Android 9.0 Pie.