Today, ZTE has released a first promo teaser for the Axon 11 which revealed the rear design of the handset. In fact, the rear design of the Axon 11 looks pretty similar to the newly announced Huawei Nova 7i. Particularly, it also has a squarish camera module affixed to the top-left corner that houses a total of four camera sensors.
Most of the device’s specs remain unknown at this point of time. Although the device was initially speculated to be a high-end flagship device, but it’s 3C listing reportedly shown that the device only support up to 18W fast-charging. Therefore, this downplay it’s possibility as a flagship device.
Whatever it is, the device will still be a 5G-ready phone capable of supporting both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes. It is said to come with superior camera technology that is capable of recording high-quality videos.
Although ZTE has quite a number of impressive smartphones from the Axon lineup, but it’s global presence remain relatively limited as compared to other Chinese smartphone brands like Huawei and Xiaomi.