ZTE Sends Out October 27th Event Invites, AXON 7 Max Coming?

The ZTE AXON 7 is the company’s flagship smartphone for 2016. This handset was introduced earlier this year, and it goes head-to-head with the OnePlus 3, as it’s not only made out of metal, but it also packs in high-end specifications and costs $399, just like the OnePlus 3. The ZTE AXON 7 also has some advantages over its competition, as it ships with great audio quality, and a pair of front-facing speakers. That being said, ZTE had also introduced the ZTE AXON 7 Mini earlier this year, a device which is now available for pre-order in the US. People have been wondering whether the company plans to introduce the ZTE AXON 7 Max, and when will that phone land. Well, we might have an answer for you, read on.

The ZTE AXON 7 Max had leaked last week, and it seems like it might launch on October 27th considering the fact that ZTE has started sending out invitations for an event that will be held on that day. Now, if leaks are to be believed, the ZTE AXON 7 Max will sport a 6-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) display, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. This handset will probably ship with the Snapdragon 625 64-bit octa-core SoC running at 2GHz, and the Adreno 506 GPU. Android 7.0 Nougat is also rumored for this smartphone, though we do not know how accurate that rumor is, in any case, it is possible that the phone will launch with Android 7.0 Nougat, if not, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow will be included. This phone will probably, much like its siblings, be made out of metal, and you can also expect it to sport a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, and a set of front-facing speakers. All in all, the ZTE AXON 7 Max will resemble both the AXON 7 and AXON 7 Mini in terms of the design.

So, what about its price? Well, the ZTE AXON 7 Mini costs $299.98 in the US, so it is possible that this handset might ship with a similar price point, or be slightly more expensive. In any case, we’ll probably know more on October 27th, so stay tuned for that, we’ll keep you in the loop, as per usual.

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