This morning, ZTE has revealed via it’s Chinese Weibo handle that the company is currently prepping yet another 5G smartphone – ZTE Axon 10s Pro.
Along with the official announcement, the Chinese telecommunication giant had also released a pair of Axon 10s Pro live images depicting the device in a brand-new Ochre color option.
From the pair of images we saw here, it’s pretty safe to say that the Axon 10s Pro will share a similar design language as the current Axon 10 Pro in terms of it’s rear design. As for it’s front design, it remains as a mystery at the moment.
Aside from that, ZTE also confirmed that the Axon 10s Pro will be driven by the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC. This will be the same chip which is likely to be found on the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 and Samsung Galaxy S11 as well.
Similar to most of the current 5G smartphones, it will also be able to support both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes out of the box.
Compared to most of the current Chinese-made flagship devices, the Axon 10 Pro’s sales figure remain subpar even though it’s offered at a relatively affordable price point.
In China, the Axon 10 Pro comes with a price tag starting from just 3,199 Yuan (US$459) – which is a pretty fair deal for a Snapdragon 855-drivened smartphone.