ZTE Axon 10s Pro Detailed Parameters Announced: Here’s Everything You Need To Know


At the end of 2019, ZTE announced its latest flagship – Axon 10s Pro to be launched in 2020 which will come equipped with the Snapdragon 865 processor, support 5G SA / NSA, support 5G network multi-path concurrency, and Wi-Fi 6 technology. However, at that time, the detailed params of ZTE Axon 10s Pro were not announced by the company. And now, as soon as we move ahead in 2020, the company announces the detailed parameters of its latest flagship. Let’s take a look at ZTE Axon 10s Pro.

ZTE Axon 10s Pro Detailed Parameters

ZTE Axon 10s Pro is equipped with Snapdragon 865 processor and uses LPDDR5 memory + UFS3.0 flash memory. As mentioned by the company, the processor not only doubles the read/write speed and bandwidth but will also bring faster response speed.

According to ZTE, the Axon 10s Pro LPDDR5 memory equipped is increased from 3200Mbp to 5500Mbps compared to the LPDDR4 adopted by the flagship in 2019 and can transmit 44GB of data per second. According to the company, Axon 10s Pro may also be equipped with Micron’s LPDDR5 memory.

In addition, AXON 10s Pro also uses WiFi6 (802.11ax Wi-Fi), which mainly uses OFDMA, MU-MIMO and other technologies. It will allow up to 8 devices with a maximum speed of 9.6Gbps. At the same time, Wi-Fi 6 reduces the time required to keep the antenna powered to transmit and search signals. Officially, it can greatly reduce battery consumption and improve battery life.

As of now, the company didn’t announce a fixed launch date of ZTE Axon 10s Pro. However, it is expected to launch its flagship mobile anytime in Q3, 2020.

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