ZTE Officially Announced AXON 11 5G Will Debut on March 23


ZTE Axon 11 5G

Starting 2020, all major smartphone manufacturers will focus on 5G. Last month, ZTE officially launched its 5G flagship the AXON 10s Pro. A month later, today, the new 5G smartphone namely the AXON 11 5G has arrived.

ZTE Axon 10s Pro

AXON 10s Pro

On March 16, Dr. Lu Qianhao of ZTE Corporation announced that the ZTE AXON 11 5G will be released on March 23.

Like the AXON 10s Pro, the ZTE AXON 11 5G also supports SA and NSA dual-mode 5G. This is ZTE’s third 5G phone (the first is AXON 10 Pro 5G and the second is AXON 10s Pro 5G) released in China.

Official posters show that ZTE’s AXON 11 5G focuses on video shooting functions, and it is expected that there will be new breakthroughs in video creation.

The details of ZTE’s AXON 11 5G are currently unknown. But we guess that it will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform. However, there is a possibility it may use the Qualcomm mid-range 5G mobile platform Snapdragon – 765G or Snapdragon 765.

Xu Feng, president of ZTE’s terminal division, previously said in an interview that 2020 is the first year of the full-scale outbreak of 5G smartphones. And China is definitely the most important and earliest market. In terms of a terminal perspective, 5G will probably have a ten-year cycle. ‘I hope ZTE can return to the mainstream smartphone brand queue in the 5G era.’

He also believes that the change in the smartphone market pattern next year is a high probability event. Now looking back at the 2G, 3G, and 4G technology replacement, the changes have been great. From 4G to 5G, the technology has a very large span, and the application scenario has also changed greatly. It has expanded from pure bandwidth increase to wide-connected, highly reliable, and low-latency scenarios. Great changes also mean opportunities. So the chances of change are great.

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2 Comments

  1. Greg Hobbs
    March 16, 2020

    I want my, I want my, I want my ZTE… Ironic that “outbreak” was used to describe 5G / Smartphone evolution. If the Chinese scientists that are developing the phones are as incredible as their heroic doctors, now “tracking” truly “nasty” viral pathogens , then the phones will be great. Unfortunately, on both outbreaks, I live in what’s left of the U.S. & have no access to either a reasonably priced phone that performs well, ( my old ZTE ZMax is better than it’s Alcatel “equivalent” ) OR, more importantly a health care system capable of timely, courageous, scientific & evidence based solutions to the current mutagenesis of Covid 19. I can’t afford to pay for a 2 thousand dollar phone or a ventilator.

  2. Disney Buxom
    March 17, 2020

    F¥€K ZTE. I’ve stuck with them since the Axon 7 (I bought TWO of them directly from ZTE) and now own their Axon 10 Pro. Their ‘Customer Service’ is embarrassing and should cost them a huge chunk of their former customer base! Before the release of the Axon 10 Pro, I was one of the two people who asked ZTE (via Social Networking) if they’d consider incorporating a ‘Loyalty Program’ to reward long-term customers for sticking with ZTE and they said they’d look into it. Soon after the release of the Axon 10 Pro, I ordered one (directly from ZTE, as always) and two days after I received mine, ZTE sent me a Code for $100 off of the Axon 10 Pro!! I contacted them, only to ask if they could retroactively apply my ‘Loyalty Program’ discount and they gave me the middle finger!! Well, I’m giving THEM MY MIDDLE FINGERS, NOW!! The principle is the biggest issue here!! If you refuse to rectify something so simple for a long-term, dedicated customer, then imagine how little they care about new customers!! 🖕🤬🖕