After introducing the ZTE Axon 10s flagship last month, ZTE will soon be bringing yet another smartphone to the market on March 23rd. This device, known as the ZTE Axon 11, will be a 5G-ready phone capable of supporting both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) 5G modes.
An official promo poster released by ZTE yesterday had revealed the rear design of the handset which shows a stark resemblance to the newly announced Huawei Nova 7i. It has a similar-looking camera module located on the top-left corner that houses a total of four camera sensors.
Today, an alleged promo poster of the ZTE Axon 11 had apparently made its way to Chinese Weibo. Courtesy of the leaked poster, we now know that the device will sport a dewdrop-notch display on its front panel as well. Similarly, there will be a total of two color variants including Black and Gold.
Based on the design and the fact that the device only supports up to 18W fast-charging, its safe to assume that the Axon 11 is likely to be a mid-ranger smartphone. Perhaps, there could be a “Pro” version of the handset with better specs in the near future as well.
Although there isn’t much information on the Axon 11, but the company had dropped some hints that it could with superior camera technology that is capable of recording high-quality videos.