Today, ZTE officially released the Axon 10 Pro. The price of the 6+128GB version is 3199 yuan ($473), the 8+256GB version is 3699 yuan ($547), and the 12+256GB version costs 4199 yuan ($621).
The ZTE Tianxun Axon 10 Pro is equipped with a 6.47-inch FHD+ curved screen (not 2K as rumored previously). The screen adopts COP packaging technology. The screen ratio reached 92%, and the chin has become too narrow. The bottom frame is only 1.8mm. This product uses the smallest bottom border among the flexible AMOLED screen phones.
As for the core configuration, The Axon 10 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. It also uses on-screen fingerprint recognition technology (0.292 seconds to unlock) as well as flexible On-Cell touch technology. There is a built-in 4000mAh battery, which supports QC4+ wireless and wired dual fast charge and reverse charging. It sports an NFC chip, a dual speaker, and support HiFi.
On the back, our protagonist carries a three-camera. The lenses are placed vertically. There are 48MP main camera, 20MP super wide-angle sensor, and 8MP telephoto lens. This camera supports 5x zoom and 10x digital zoom.
But if these features are not impressive to you, there are at least two that should make you pay more attention to this. As said, 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.
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.