ZTE has officially announced the global availability of the ZTE Axon 30.
A review sample of the phone arrived this weekend, and I hope to have the review live this weekend or next week. Initial impressions are positive, it’s a great spec at a reasonable price.
Basically £70 more than the Poco F3 with the same Snapdragon 870 chipset, but with a larger display, under-display selfie camera and slightly better rear cameras. All of which make it well worth the price. Though the OnePlus Nord 2 is a strong contender at this price, too.
One concern I had was that the MyOS 11 skin may not be as good as the competition, but is pleasantly simple with almost no bloatware.
Pricing and Availability
The open sales of ZTE Axon 30 would start on September 9, and the pricing would start from $499/ €499/ £429.
It looks like you will need to buy the phone direct from ZTE.
Countries and regions for this open-sales include:
Europe: Austria, Belgium, Latvia, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Croatia, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Malta, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Denmark, Estonia, Portugal, Finland, Romania, Slovakia, Germany, Slovenia, Greece, Hungary, Sweden, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Poland, France, United Kingdom
North America: United States, Canada
Asia-Pacific: Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Macao SAR China, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong SAR China, Thailand, Ukraine,
Middle East: Israel, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait
Africa: South Africa
- 6.92-inch 120HZ 2460×1080 OLED
- 8GB RAM / 128GB storage + microSD
- 64MP/8MP/5MP/2MP camera
- Under display 16MP selfie (no notch/punch hole)
- 4200 mAh + 55W charging
- USB Type-C 3.1
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