“You can’t have your pudding if you don’t eat your meat,” say Pink Floyd, but it seems that we’re spoiling a lot of appetites before the next major trade event. Huawei has another event lined up in the US just as when Apple will be booting up a new MacBook Pro and those events are only a week post-LeEco launch in America.

Add ZTE to the list, though in a lesser impact form. It will likely debut the Axon Max in China on October 27.

Rumors have been pointing to a 6-inch, full HD screen fronting a Snapdragon 625, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage with Android Nougat on top (version 7.0 will be a ZTE first). A 21-megapixel camera backs up this big brother to this year’s Axon 7 Mini and Axon 7, both of which are selling in the US.

Who knows, maybe we’ll see this phablet translated across the Pacific as well. That is, if it’s the phone we think that will show up next week.

Source: ZTE (Weibo)
Via: GSMArena

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