While many of the most visible phones to come out of MWC feature foldable displays in one form or another, the other major innovation shared by top phones is 5G connectivity support.
The Axon 10 Pro 5G is ZTE’s own entry into the ring, and it will be shipping with 5G (but you already guessed that from this post title, the preceding paragraph and the really clunky name.)
It’s a fair bog standard Android flagship otherwise, it gets a teardrop notch, a triple camera system, and very likely a Snapdragon 855 — because of it’s what all the big boys are packing.
It doesn’t have a release date — a feature the verge notes it shares with other 5G phones — and this is likely mostly due to the technology being immature.
While 5G will improve mobile connectivity speeds on flagships and other similarly equipped handsets, you’ll likely be waiting a year or two before your carrier supports it, and another year before prices stop being insanely high.
You’ll want to stick to ZTE’s other phones like the Blade V10 and Blade V10 Vita. There’s no 5G here, but you’ll get Android Pie, a teardrop notch, a full HD screen and up to 4GB of RAM for the V10.
Both devices will launch in China, Latin America and Europe this spring.
Via: The Verge