ZTE’s troubled days might be over, however the manufacturer will yet take some time to Take back on track. We are seeing signs of recovery, such as the ZTE Blade V9 heading on sale this month and the recent confirmation of Axon 9 Pro launch on August 30 at IFA 2018. Now, the same smartphone has been spotted on the benchmarking platform Geekbench, exposing a number of details When it comes the hardware indoor.
The cameraphone went through Geekbench under the name ZTE A2019G Pro and scores Very nicely. In fact, with the base clock speed of 1.77GHz and single-core and multi-core scores of 2399 and 8785 respectively, we know for Certainly that the upcoming Axon flagship will be powered by the Sd 845 chipset. The Axon series has often featured the top-end Sd chipsets (Axon 7 had SD820 and Axon 7S arrived with SD821), so the fresh flagship was expected to come with SD845 on board. The listing In addition confirms that there will be 6GB of RAM inside.
A recently flowed out sheet of the Axon 9 Pro has moreover revealed its potential design. Its very disappointing to look at that the phone will feature a generic design. So, you have dual cameras at the back, arranged vertically with a flash underneath. Then there’s the Axon logo alongside with the ZTE logo Here. The sheet displays the Blue colour variant of the gadget, but there should be a couple of other settings too. Coming to the front, the Axon 9 comes with a notched panel, with a chin below. The notch is Incredibly big, a lot which includes the iPhone X or the Mi 8, which adds the chance of IR port for face recognition.
The ZTE teaser for the Axon 9 Pro had the 5G logo on top, what could hint at some kind of 5G support. However, with SD845 and its X20 4G modem indoor, its unlikely that we will look at this flagship rock support for the upcoming generation regular. So, don’t keep your hopes too high!