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Months of business have been lost thanks to a rigorous defense against an imports ban. How does ZTE get back up again? By launching a new phone.
With an Axon 9 sequel reportedly around the corner, the popular 2016-released ZTE Axon 7 is setting the stage for an official Oreo update with a US beta program.
There's no attribution to the original Weibo poster. No watermark where watermarks would be plastered all over on a big leak or vision like this.
The CEO of the Chinese smartphone maker made the announcement while attending the domestic launch of the Axon M. And while he doesn't say why, why the number skip is happening isn't just about keeping up with the Jonses.
The update is confirmed to bring a stock look with a few extra features, but it's coming way later than we had hoped for.
The LineageOS update for the Axon 7 will come pretty close on the heels of the actual Android 8.0 update for the device, too.
One of our favorite unlocked Android mid-rangers from 2016 is getting Android Oreo just like it should. But will the US see it, too?
The Tango-enabled Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, diminutive ZTE Axon 7 Mini and OG Moto Z are quite old, but they're still compelling at these new all-time low prices.
If you want to stream HD Netflix movies and shows on your OnePlus 5 or 5T, you'll have to wait for a future software update.
While we continue to wait for an already long overdue Axon 8, a prospective ZTE Axon 7 buyer has been told the 2016 phone is out of production.
The foldable Axon M may be a fresh take on what a smartphone can be and it's on AT&T now. But for fans of the Axon 7, there's more to come.
Check out our exclusive ZTE Axon 7 after the buzz video to learn how this Chinese OEM managed to improve an already great phone a year after its launch.
It was nice at $399.99 and great at $369.99. It's even better at $329.99. And in the lieu of any action on a new phone for the US market, it's a good time.
Or, a watered-down Axon 7s? The codename seems to say it, but we're not buying it. Is this an Axon 7h, where the "h" stands for... well.
This Chinese manufacturer is keeping the enthusiasts enthused with a stream of updates for its 2016 flagship. Makes us wonder about its 2017 flagship.
Some great phones get greater, but only for government purposes. The still great original phone gets another discount from an online retailer.
Roughly one month after making the pivotal jump from Android 6.0 Marshmallow to 7.0 Nougat, the US ZTE Axon 7 also gets the less important 7.1 update.
HEVC video is less convenient to work with, but don't be afraid of 4K video files from the Huawei P10. What is HEVC? How can you upload HEVC to YouTube?
There's a software lord in China and there's hope for iterative point updates. Unfortunately, it came with a big MiFavor UI update, too.
The summer 2015-released ZTE Axon Pro with 64GB internal storage may well be the best phone $200 can buy at the moment, thanks to Newegg.
The already compelling ZTE Axon 7 budget flagship phone is now officially the cheapest device to offer Google Daydream VR compatibility.
Due to failed "quality requirements", Android 7.0 Nougat, Daydream and all, is no longer scheduled to roll out to the ZTE Axon 7 this month.
After passing along the tweaked upgrades of its beta-tinged Android Nougat package for the Axon 7, ZTE is working on a test lab for the budget-minded.