Chinese manufacturer ZTE had a pretty busy day, unveiling two new smartphones: the Axon 7s, alongside the Axon 7 Max, basically upgrading its Axon 7 line-up. According to an official statement, both of them come with a “systematic integration of intelligent encryption”, which adds an additional layer of security to your data and calls.
The ZTE Axon 7s comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip under the hood…and this is pretty much everything we know about it, in terms of specs, since the manufacturer hasn’t revealed all the details about it. Same thing goes for the Axon 7 Max, which packs a massive 4,100mAh non-removable battery.
However, ZTE shared an image of the Axon 7s, revealing a speaker grille at the front, conveniently placed above the display, alongside the selfie camera. Both handsets also come with real-time voice to text translation, supporting up to 23 languages, as well as many other intelligent voice functions.
Last year, the ZTE Axon 7 was introduced in China in three variants: Basic, Standard and Premium. The handset has a dual camera setup, dual front speaker and cameras, as well as Dolby Atmos and HiFi audio support. And let’s not forget about the Force Touch display, present on the Premium version! Therefore, we’re looking forward to seeing these features on the Axon 7s and Axon 7 Max as well!
In terms of pricing, we expect the phones to start at CNY 2899, which is around $420, and eventually be introduced in other markets, including the United States, later in 2017.