ZTE has put the first images and details of the Axon 10s Pro online. The smartphone gets a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865-soc, lpddr5 memory and ufs 3.0 storage. Many details about the phone are still unknown.
The phone is 7.9mm thick, which according to ZTE is the thinnest 5G phone shown to date. The manufacturer will show the Axon 10s Pro at the Mobile World Congress telecom fair. It will take place in Barcelona at the end of February. This makes the Axon one of the first phones with a Snapdragon 865, but it is not yet clear whether it will also be the first to be released.
The device has lpddr5 memory, something that the Snapdragon 865 supports as the first soc from Qualcomm. It also has ufs 3.0 storage, something some phones this year also have. Samsung produces ufs 3.0 storage and used it in the Galaxy Fold and Note 10 phones, while OnePlus put it in the 7, 7T, 7 Pro and 7T Pro.
The renders also show that the new Axon resembles the current 10 Pro. The fingerprint scanner is behind the screen and there are three cameras on the back. Further specifications and details about price and release are not yet known.