Hours before the ZTE Axon 7 MAX is expected to make its official debut, we have the chance to see what the manufacturer has been working at lately, as a full set of leaked images with the handset was spotted online, revealing the complete design of the phone, as well as the specs.
The Axon 7 MAX is a huge phablet, featuring a 6″ display, featuring a design similar to its 5.5″ counterpart, one of the major differences being the dual-camera setup on the back, relying on 13 MP Sony sensors. Oh, and there’s also an 8 MP snapper on the front.
Surrounding the camera, we can spot a dual LED flash, the laser auto focus windows and, right under, the fingerprint scanner.
Moving on to the specs, the ZTE Axon 7 MAX won’t be such a spectacular device, being part of the mid-range club. It has a Snapdragon 625 at the core, built on a 14 nm architecture – very power efficient, by the way – aided by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, with the possibility of expanding it, using a micro SD card.
Such a big phone requires a big battery, so the inclusion of a 4100 mAh power pack, with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 support, doesn’t come as a surprise.
Of course, it’s also worth mentioning that this handset will come with a very interesting feature: 3D playback, without the need for glasses. This is definitely one of the main selling points and, if it turns out to be a success, we might as well see this feature at many other phones.
The ZTE Axon 7 MAX will be available at RMB 2999, which roughly translates to ~$440. You will also receive RMB 360 (~$53) worth of free 3D content. The phone is expected to be officially presented today, being also available for pre-ordering. The stores will start selling it from November 2.