ZTE teases new device launch for 27th October, could be Axon 7 Max
While ZTE has just show us that the Nubia Z11 mini S looks like in all of its full gory just a few days ago, they have gone the extra length of introducing the immediate predecessor of this one to the Indian market yesterday but it seems that they are not just done yet with the business of launching new devices and that is due to a new teaser that the company is floating, leading us to believe that they are in the works over launching a new phablet soon.
As shown above, the teaser asks us to expect a phone to be launched in China on the 27th of October but they have done well to keep their lips tight on what the device would be.
They have not even done as much as leak the smallest info that could give us a leak but then, going by the kinds of devices that we see them have in the work, the Axon 7 Max is the only one that fits this kind of profile for now.
From what we have heard, the Axon 7 Max would carry 6 inch of screen and use 1080p touchscreen technology also. At the heart of this one is expected to beat a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset which would be paired to 4GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 64GB.
With dual cameras on the back, it is expected to run the Marshmallow out of the box.
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