Earlier this year, ZTE made quite an entry with their Nubia Prague S which featured touch sensitive edges and an Iris Scanner, — probably the same one as the Galaxy Note 6 has been rumored to feature – and they followed this up with the Z11 and its Mini-version.
More so, we saw benchmarks and AnTuTu scores already showing up for their flagship smartphone under the Axon Subbrand as the codename, A2017, suggests which is said to feature a 2k display, 4GB of RAM and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820.
This rumors however has just been confirmed as the ZTE Axon 2 just went through TENAA’s certification process where most of its specifications and designs were revealed which correlate to previously leaked images.
The certification site reveals that the smartphone will have an all metal body that has skillfully crafted edges at 5.5 inch with a Quad-HD OLED screen with resolutions of 2560 x 1440 pixel. Under the hood is the Snapdragon 820 chipset alongside 4GB RAM and an internal storage of 64GB which is expandable via an SD card.
On the camera side, the folks over at ZTE went with a single 21 MP main camera paired with an LED flashlight on the rear panel rather than the dual-cam tech featured in the first gen Axon. On the top upfront, there is an 8MP camera sensor for all video calling apps and selfie needs.
Just below the main camera is a fingerprint scanner for enhanced security purposes. The device is expected to ship with a USB Type-C port and a capable 3140mAh battery pack.
Weighing in at 174g,the handset also ships with Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 sweetness aboard. Also be sure to expect a lesser variant with 3GB of RAM and possibly 32GB ROM.
The release date is still unknown, however, rumors have it that the higher 4GB RAM variant should come in at a selling price of $598 whereas its lower 3GB variant should GO for $415, nonetheless, these prices are just rumors so be sure to treat them as such.