Last year was hard for ZTE – a US ban caused it to cease operations and though it was lifted relatively quickly, the company posted massive losses. All of that didn’t faze ZTE, however, and today it returns to the US market with a bang.
It costs $550 – not a bad deal for a phone with Snapdragon 855, large AMOLED display and a triple camera (48MP main, tele and wide). The base model comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage, but you can have 12GB of RAM for $50 more. If you need more storage, there’s a microSD card slot.
The phone currently runs near-stock Android 9 Pie and ZTE has promised to deliver the Android 10 update before the end of the year, which may draw the attention of OnePlus fans.
It's a shame it's not water resistant but I'm not aware if there are any phones at this price range.
Axon 10 pro looks really good in camera, screen and battery department, price is very competitive too. Too bad there is no custom ROMs support.
I have only one, and I can say the best smart phone I owed. No buggy wifi, no troubles with LTE. Maybe yours has problems? I forgot, I didn't upgrade to Android 8. However, after over 2-1/2" years, I sent mine to have the USB port changed and the...