ZTE Axon 10 Pro is another 5G smartphone contender with an in-display fingerprint sensor


For lovers of mobile devices, MWC is definitely the place to be as it is where all the latest and greatest smartphones are announced, along with advancements on mobile technology and the likes. This year’s focus (in part) seems to be on 5G, the next evolution of our mobile internet, and several companies have since hopped on board the bandwagon with ZTE being the latest to announce their own 5G handset.

This comes in the form of the company’s flagship smartphone, the ZTE Axon 10 Pro. As expected of a flagship smartphone in 2019, the handset will come equipped with a Snapdragon 855 chipset along with the use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X50 5G modem. The handset also appears to be adopting a similar design we’re seeing in other smartphones which includes an edge-to-edge display and a tiny teardrop notch at the top. It is also expected to feature the use of an in-display fingerprint sensor along with “stunning audio”.

Unfortunately, in terms of display size, resolution, RAM, and cameras, ZTE has not provided much information about those specs yet, except to boast that the phone will feature 5G support. Since it is a 2019 flagship, if we had to speculate we’d probably be looking at RAM anywhere between 6-8GB, and a storage size of at least starting at 64GB, if not higher.

ZTE is also boasting that the phone will feature AI that can automatically adjust the phone’s CPU, GPU, RAM, and storage accordingly. Also judging by the image above, the phone will be featuring a triple camera setup on the back and a single front-facing shooter of unknown megapixels.

Source: ZTE

Tyler Lee
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