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ZTE Axon 7 Max Leaked Images: Android Nougat, 6-inch screen, Dual cameras

by Habeeb Onawole 2

When ZTE released the Axon last year, there were three models: the ZTE Axon, the ZTE Axon Mini, and the Axon Max. This year appears to follow the same trend. They have already launched the ZTE Axon 7 and ZTE Axon 7 Mini, and seem to be set for an Axon 7 Max launch judging from the leaked images of a large screen ZTE phone.

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Last years Axon Max launched with a 6” screen and ZTE is sticking to the same screen size and resolution for the Axon 7 Max. But a major upgrade coming to the phone is the use of dual rear cameras. The Axon 7 Max has its dual cameras stacked on each other and flanked on the left by a LED flash and on the right by a laser sensor. Details of the cameras are currently unknown, so we will have to wait for that to be disclosed. Below the camera setup is the fingerprint scanner which I think would be better if it were positioned a bit lower or even put up front based on the size of the display.

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There is a Snapdragon 625 processor under the hood, and one of the images shows there is 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. The Axon 7 Max will also run Android Nougat with ZTE’s MiFavor 4.0 UI overlay.

There is no mention of the battery capacity but last year’s model launched with a non-removable 4140mAh battery with QC 2.0 support. This year’s edition might feature the same battery or bump it up a little and add QC 3.0.

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While the Axon 7 Max does share the same antenna lines design as its other siblings, it doesn’t have the beautiful speaker grille design they have up front which means it won’t be sporting stereo speakers. And that is a real bummer, as stereo speakers will make watching videos more interesting.

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  • Rob

    Yet again another 6″ phone that is decidedly mid-range in nature, manufacturers seem intent on lowering the specs as soon the screen hits 6″! Why make a device that is ideal for multimedia and then drop the front facing speakers? Complete madness, yet another phone to avoid. If you consider that their own nubia z11 max is very similar to this but almost certainly cheaper and has the faster sd652 it’s hard to know where this fits into their portfolio.

    • Louis D.

      Nubia Mobile was a subsidiary of ZTE Mobile Corporation. It announced the formation of Nubian technology co., LTD on June 9, 2015. They are no longer the same company.