An unknown ZTE device, bearing model code A2021 and believed to be the upcoming Axon 11 5G, has popped up on Geekbench revealing a few specs.
The Axon 11 5G runs Android 10 and has 6GB RAM in tow. The motherboard is listed as "dice" and it's unclear what chipset the phone has under the hood.
The benchmark results don't align with Snapdragon 865 chipset, which means the Axon 11 5G might come with a mid-range SoC. However, it's also worth noting that this is a pre-production unit that ran the benchmark test, so there's a chance it has the Snapdragon 865 at the helm.
We don't have the full specs of the Axon 11 5G yet, but a leaked image revealed it will have a square-shaped quad camera on the back with a 64MP main unit. The picture also revealed the Axon 11 5G will pack a waterdrop notch display and come in at least two colors.
ZTE will unveil the Axon 11 5G on March 23, and that's when we'll know everything about its specs, pricing and availability.