ZTE Corp. today announced the latest flagship smartphone ZTE Axon 10s Pro, which is compatible with both 5G SA and NSA modes.
This device will be commercially available in China in the first quarter of 2020.
Based on Android 10, ZTE Axon 10s Pro is powered by the new flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G Mobile Platform that features the Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System.
The ZTE Axon 10s Pro supports the Wi-Fi 6 technology, which provides users with the incredible speed of up to 1.2 Gbps (laboratory test data,) along with multiple network connections, allowing users to simultaneously connect with to two wireless networks, such as 2.4GHz and 5 GHz, for better stability and speed.
Actually the ZTE Axon 10s Pro supports seamless switching from Wi-Fi signals to LTE or 5G networks, due to its link-booster network enhancement solution, which enables an intelligent response to complicated signal environments through a self-developed algorithm and smart perception. The device will evaluate whether the current network is good enough for use, then automatically transfer to LTE or 5G data connection for a better internet experience and lower latency.
The smartphone also features the latest LPDDR5 RAM memory and UFS3.0 ROM storage.
“In 2020, ZTE will introduce more than 15 5G terminal devices, including nearly 10 5G smartphones worldwide. In addition to ZTE Axon 10s Pro, ZTE will announce the next-generation 5G smartphone, which will be at an affordable price under RMB 3,000, in the first quarter of 2020,” said said Xu Feng, Senior Vice President at ZTE Corporation and President of ZTE’s Mobile Device Division..
The ZTE Axon 10s Pro adopts the new-generation full-scene system optimization engine Z-Booster 2.0, which intelligently allocates system resources based on an AI algorithm in order to achieve a smoother using experience in gaming and multitasking scenarios. The Z-Booster 2.0 is composed of three functional modules, including the App-Booster, the System-Booster and the Link-Booster.
To date, ZTE says it has obtained 35 commercial 5G contracts in major markets, such as Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (MEA).